Canada Career Counselling in the Media
Co-written by Dr. Laura Hambley for CareerWise by CERIC, a resource for career development news, exploring what work life looks like in our 'new normal'.
Quiet quitting is a term that is typically associated with workplace burnout. Employees may become disengaged in the effort to maintain a work-life balance. It is important to prioritize a work-life balance but there are positive and negative methods of doing so....
How The Pandemic Led People to Re-Evaluate Careers – iHeart Radio
In the first year of the pandemic, tens of thousands of people lost their jobs as some Ontario businesses were shuttered and others were slapped with strict capacity limits. But in 2021 there was a shift. As businesses reopened...
Meghan speaks about the big quit and shares her advice for employees with CBC Radio stations across Canada. If you’re considering leaving your job but feeling unsure about the right choice for you, have a listen and feel free to reach out!
Meghan shares her expertise when helping parents deal with guilt of their decision to return their children back to school while they’re still working from home during the pandemic.
Meghan Reid talks to CBC Radio about how asynchronous job interviews are becoming more popular and how you can prepare.
Post Secondary Students Career Path – ‘Help Me Sara’ Radio
Catch Brittany Shields on Sauga 960 AM radio 'Help Me Sara' segment with host Sara Dimerman, where Brittany shares her expertise in how to help post secondary students find the “right” career path!
How Are You Hanging In There? – The Catalyst by Softchoice
How do businesses maintain a company culture remotely? Do we humans even need physical connection at work? Meghan Reid was featured on The Catalyst's very first episode, lending her expertise into how IT leaders and their teams are helping people overcome isolation...
The guilt parents are experiencing regarding sending their kids to school while working from home. Meghan Reid suggests parents should focus on the positives of sending kids to school. Find out what multiple factors are at play.