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Mental Health in the Workplace: A Rising Concern

The impact of mental health issues on the workplace has become an increasingly pressing concern, particularly in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. With a significant rise in mental health-related claims among young Canadians, it is clear that proactive efforts are needed to address mental health in professional settings.

Millennials, it’s Time to Break Free of the Busy Trap

I don’t know exactly when it happened, but at some point in my life, I became a ‘yes’ (wo)man. Perhaps an extension of my restless nature, I found myself constantly engaging in new jobs, responsibilities, people, and expectations. Being busy was a subset of my nature — it stroked my

Hate Change? Amanda Lang Says Discomfort Fuels Success

If you want to be truly successful, you’re going to have to get a lot less comfortable. That’s the message in Amanda Lang’s latest book, The Beauty of Discomfort, a must-read for anyone who feels stuck in their career, is ready to make major moves, and has a history of

A Real-Talk Guide to Getting Out of Debt: For Millennials

“How much debt do you have? How much do you have saved?” My Dad’s questions drudged up a familiar sense of dread and anxiety within me, and his eyes bore into mine with a distinct, unspoken sentiment: I’m not mad, I’m disappointed. Despite my parent’s valiant (and much appreciated) tough-love

1/4 of Canadian Millennials Lie About Their Income to a Get Mortgage

Nearly a quarter of Canadian Millennials with mortgages are white-collar criminals. According to a recent Equifax survey, nearly 23 per cent of millennials believe it’s acceptable to inflate your annual income when applying for a mortgage. By comparison, only 12 per cent of the general population hold the same opinion. That