Lisa Cohen, Assistant professor, Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University, Canada, reveals the difficulty women encounter in being hired for higher level roles. When Mary Barra became the first female chief executive of General Motors, we celebrated a woman reaching the height of her profession. Read full article: Payroll Professional
A growing number of people are interested in investing in companies that perform well environmentally as well as economically. Unfortunately, measuring environmental performance is not as straightforward as calculating a simple financial return on investment. Developing a yardstick for environmental performance is inherently fraught, forcing evaluators to reduce all of the complex dimensions of sustainability, greenhouse gas emissions, water consumption, biodiversity impacts and other factors into a single value.
A McGill management professor is leading students on a business field trip that will give them global experience.Called the ‘Hot Cities’ tour, professor Karl Moore is taking students to emerging and developing countries to more about other economies. ... “I've never been to Asia and I've always wanted to explore Asia,” said student Joseph Polossifakis. “I know it’s an up-and-coming region.”
Après avoir vendu - deux fois - le Canadien de Montréal, France Margaret Bélanger est la nouvelle responsable des affaires juridiques de l'équipe. À 41 ans, elle est l'une des rares à détenir un poste juridique aussi prestigieux dans la LNH. Et la première femme à faire partie du comité de direction du Canadien de Montréal en 104 ans d'histoire.
During the February 19, 2014 session, the parties continued to discuss the justification of incidental illnesses. The university indicated its position concerning the union’s February 5 proposal on the length of absence requiring justification.
At the February 5, 2014 meeting with SEU, the parties covered the topics of uniforms and the justification of incidental illnesses. The university presented the wording of the articles and the letter of agreement covering uniforms for the 3 bargaining units.
The parties met on February 13, 2014 and signed off on the text of a letter of agreement covering work hours and the bilingual version of overtime conversion. The parties discussed at length the application and the wording of the overtime clauses to be included in the three collective agreements. The union tab
The parties met on February 13, 2014 and signed off on the text of a letter of agreement covering work hours and the bilingual version of overtime conversion. The parties discussed at length the application and the wording of the overtime clauses to be included in the three collective agreements. The u
Apply to be the only Canadian university student group in Summer 2014 at the MIT Global Founders Skills Accelerator! You have the chance to go to MIT with select groups of MIT students and several foreign universities.
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Dear Colleagues, Following the undernoted memo, the Tri-Agency Response Implementation Group (TRIG) continues to address Tri-Agency recommendations. With respect to Purchase Requisitions, Tri-Agency recommended the removal of automatic approval of Purchase Requisitions less than $1,000. Effective, March 13, 2014, ALL Purchase Requisitions must be approved by the Fund Financial Manager/Principal Investigator (FFM/PI) or their delegate. FFMs/PIs who have not assigned delegates for Purchase Re
"Ordering Behavior Under Supply Risk: An Experimental Investigation," Manufacturing and Service Operations Management
Authors: Gurnani, Haresh; Ramachandran, Karthik; Ray, Saibal; Xia, Yusen Publication: Manufacturing and Service Operations Management Abstract:
There’s a change afoot at McGill. More and more people on campus are interested in changing things up – crossing boundaries, breaking down silos, and using new technologies. Develop your teaching by engaging in a conversation around the Teaching for Learning Blog.
The Labour Law and Development Research Laboratory (LLDRL) is delighted to share two pieces of good news with the community. First, Armel Brice Adanhounme (on left), who was a Banting Postdoctoral Fellow at the LLDRL from 2011-2013, was recently hired as a professor of Industrial Relations in the Département des sciences de la gestion at l’Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières. We wish him the greatest of success in his new endeavor.