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How to Spot a Toxic Workplace Before Accepting a Job Offer

How to Spot a Toxic Workplace Before Accepting a Job Offer

If signs of a toxic workplace appear, Hambley (Dr. Laura) said people should consider talking to a therapist or a career counsellor to figure out a wellness plan and work on restoring confidence and the ability to think clearly.

‘Still time to re-create myself’: Retirees returning to work

‘Still time to re-create myself’: Retirees returning to work

At the age of 65, people would retire. Many bought an RV and travelled across the country or spent more time with their grandkids — and this worked for a few years, said Nina Hornjatkevyc, counselling director and Registered Psychologist with Canada Career Counselling. We’re shifting definitions of retirement.

Canadians are foregoing vacation time

Canadians are foregoing vacation time

Career and work Psychologist, Dr. Laura Hambley Lovett joins Global News Calgary to discuss why Canadians in the workforce aren’t taking their vacation time off.

Quit Quitting – CBC

Quit Quitting – CBC

Quiet quitting is a term that is typically associated with workplace burnout....