Workplace Systems

    • Japanese Vending Machines: The High Cost of Low-Skilled Labour

      Contributor, Geoff Mason. If you’ve ever been to Japan, you’ve probably noticed the bevy of vending machines. They’re everywhere. In fact, there are approximately 23 vending machines for every person in Japan. For a population of 127 million people, that’s, well…a lot of vending machines. Source: Okinawa Travel Guide Why, you may ask? There’s more than one explanation for ...

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  • Executive indecision – Fixing dysfunctional C-suite no easy task: Lawyers Weekly

    … Executive indecision: Fixing dysfunctional C-suite no easy task By Simon Hally, Lawyers Weekly, Summer 2016 issue It’s in the best interests of a new leader and the organization to be as collaborative as possible, explains Vancouver human rights and employment lawyer Richard Johnson. Read more from Richard in the Summer 2016 Lawyers Weekly article on “turning teams around” here. Share with others The post Executive indecision – Fixing dysfunctional C-suite no easy task: Lawyers Weekly appeared first on . …

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  • Calling out toxic office behaviour: Lawyers Weekly

    … Calling out toxic office behaviour: Employees should feel freedom to report bad conduct By Simon Hally, Lawyers Weekly, May 13, 2016 issue Organizations need to have informal mechanisms for reporting inappropriate behaviour, says Vancouver human rights and employment lawyer Richard Johnson. Read more from Richard in the May 13 Lawyers Weekly article on toxic workplace behaviour here. Share with others The post Calling out toxic office behaviour: Lawyers Weekly appeared first on . …

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