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Dr. Helen’s Blog – Career Development, Career Management, and HR

human rights and human resources are related
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Where Human Rights Meets Human Resources (Part 1)

In part one of this two-part Q&A, Employment and Human Rights Lawyer Alayna Miller with Mann Lawyers uses current news stories and headlines to explain how human rights and human resources overlap in our modern workplaces.
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the workplace is now affected by climate issues
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Earth, wind, fire, & water – how they can affect our workplace culture

With life-threatening and life-altering weather changes becoming more frequent, it’s clear that there are implications for our personal lives and the workplace. Considerations for employers and co-workers are discussed.
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digital discrimination is poorly understood
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Digital Discrimination – The Algorithm is Rigged

Dr. Helen shows how seemingly neutral software platforms and their algorithms are facilitating new forms of age, race, and other forms of digital discrimination. Many potential applicants don’t even know that meaningful work opportunities are being intentionally withheld from their view.
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leadership can be lonely, especially for for members of underrepresented groups
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Less Lonely at the Top: the Rewards of Leadership & Executive Coaching

It's lonely at the top. Modern leadership includes responsibility for staff in work environments that have grown much more complex - while also maintaining productivity and profitability. It’s no wonder that there’s growing acceptance for and use of executive and leadership coaching.
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workplace boundaries can get blurry
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The Realities of Modern Work – Blurred Lines and Workplace Boundaries

Many of us use mobile devices and/or work from home. Both of these habits blur the line between work and home. This versatility around how and where we work has many advantages, but it also makes it wise to consider workplace boundaries and some of the consequences of the work-life merge.
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Q&A with Dr. Helen - Ethical ways to support university admissions prep in Canada
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Q&A with Dr. Helen – Ethical ways to support university admissions prep in Canada

Applicants can have high university grades but fail to gain admission to competitive programs because their applications are not written effectively. In this blog, I discuss some of the ethical ways to support university admissions prep (especially in Canada).
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