Professor Jean-Nicolas Reyt named MUS Professor of the Year

Published: 1 April 2021

The Management Undergraduate Society (MUS) has awarded the 2020-2021 Professor of the Year Award to Professor Jean-Nicolas Reyt. This annual award recognizes a professor's meaningful involvement...

Remote work, one year later

Published: 31 March 2021

Professor Jean-Nicolas Reyt recently joined The Conversation’s podcast to reflect on the impact that a year of working from home has made on companies and their employees....

BCom course inspires students to negotiate $30k in savings this semester

Published: 10 December 2020

Every fall, students enrolled in Professor Jean-Nicolas Reyt’s undergraduate Negotiations and Conflict Resolution course compete on teams to out-negotiate each other in real world situations....

Remote work through the lens of a CEO

Published: 27 November 2020

While some Canadians are going stir crazy in their ninth month of working from home, others hope to continue working remotely after COVID-19 pandemic ends. Whether or not they get their wish...

Telework is here to stay

Published: 27 November 2020

Professor Jean-Nicolas Reyt joins the ongoing discussion about the future of telework in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. As the workplace as we know it evolves rapidly, Reyt identifies and analyzes...

Will remote work become the new normal?

Published: 28 May 2020

Professor Jean-Nicolas Reyt joins Radio Canada to shed light on the growing interest around remote work. Watch video

Will telework continue in a post-COVID world?

Published: 22 April 2020

History shows that global crises have often resulted in long-term change. For business, Professor Jean-Nicolas Reyt notes that remote work will likely become more widespread. Read more

Rethinking the workplace in a global pandemic

Published: 7 April 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic is transforming the way we work, but it’s how teams respond to the new challenges that will determine what this means for businesses....

Reframe your thinking, find greater satisfaction at work

Published: 2 October 2018

An article for Fast Company refers to the research co-authored by Professor Jean-Nicolas Reyt that describes how greater role integration is required at work where new technologies pervade and...


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