Online monitoring: Is it helping or harming your workplace?
None of us likes the feeling of being watched. This is no less true in the workplace, where it is becoming increasingly common for employers to monitor their employees’ online activities, be it through keystroke logging, e-mail scanning, or video surveillance.
Are you prepared for performance reviews?
Being the subject of scrutiny is hard; scrutinizing others is, arguably, just as difficult. Yet businesses are more than ever preoccupied with cutting costs and getting results, and performance reviews are the best way to measure an employee’s work ethic and productivity.
Pressing problems for cities require smarter use of resources
Over 80 percent of Canadians are now living in urban areas. On top of that, of the remaining 20 percent who are defined by StatsCan as 'rural', many are considered 'urban adjacent.' Finally, in about 35 years, two out three people will live in urban areas.
Predictive analytics for smarter cities
You have undoubtedly seen the ad (on TV or YouTube, depending on your medium of choice): a police officer grabbing a cup of coffee checks his watch, heads for his squad car and begins a quick drive across town; not far away, a burglar also checks his watch and begins a similar drive.
Public trust and infodemics
Post-COVID-19 and the Future of Work
Operating in the digital environment
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