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How remote work will change recruitment and people management

Posted by Waterloo EDC on May 26, 2020

This is the third edition in a new Waterloo EDC series on remote work. Stay tuned for posts featuring a variety of perspectives on the subject, including our Q&A with SkyWatch for lessons from a digital native company and OpenText to learn why they shut 50% of its offices to go remote. 

The very nature of how we work is shifting.

Remote work was possible a decade ago, but wasnt common. It...

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Topics: technology, startup, talent, business, Q&A

Here’s why OpenText decided to shut 50% of its offices and go remote

Posted by Waterloo EDC on May 19, 2020

This is the second edition in a new Waterloo EDC series on remote work. Stay tuned for posts featuring a variety of perspectives on the subject and read our Q&A with SkyWatch for lessons from a digital native company.

They're one of the biggest tech companies in Canada and one of the biggest tech stocks on the Toronto Stock Exchange. They’re known around the world for their information...

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Topics: technology, talent, artificial intelligence, Q&A

Lessons on remote work from a digital native company

Posted by Waterloo EDC on May 7, 2020

This is the first edition in a new Waterloo EDC series on remote work. Stay tuned for posts featuring a variety of perspectives on the subject, including thoughts from a multinational company, an experienced recruiter and a Future of Work expert.

Is the world about to become a bit more remote?

One of the predicted outcomes of COVID-19 self-isolation is that remote work could become a much...

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Topics: technology, talent, artificial intelligence, Q&A

Auto manufacturers lead in Canada’s historic industrial mobilization

Posted by Waterloo EDC on April 30, 2020

We’re all doing our best to help. That’s what we need right now.

For most of us, that means staying inside, respecting the call for physical distancing and, for those with the resources, giving what we can to charities and hospitals.

For many companies, this means offering their products for free or creating new products/services that will help individuals, businesses and communities cope...

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Topics: manufacturing, automotive, talent, Q&A

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