Although data science has existed for decades, it has only recently come into full bloom. We spoke to Briana Brownell of Pure Strategy to learn more about the nuts and bolts of data science—and where the field is headed.
Thanks to the ongoing boom in digital design, the field comprises more specialties than ever before—and offers more opportunities to level up your skills.
You’ve got the skills to get started, but how do you stand out? A strong personal brand can go a long way.
Is web accessibility worth the investment? We spoke with accessibility consultant Luke McGrath, who made it clear the answer is yes.
Design thinking is more relevant than you might imagine. Here are three ways you can apply it to your business.
Altering or enriching your content to make it available to as many people as possible is at the heart of web accessibility. Quite often this means adding alternative options for viewing or navigating content—but what sounds simple in principle can prove complex in practice.
Call it what you want—Robogeddon? the Robopocalypse?—it’s now accepted that automation will have a large impact on the job market. The question is, then, how do you survive the coming robot invasion? Here are two important ideas that can help inoculate your career against automation.
There are many rules that govern who qualifies for overtime and when—and they vary by province, industry, and even job—so many employees who are entitled to overtime pay may not even realize it. We spoke with Stephen Wolpert, a partner with employment law firm Whitten & Lublin, to learn what you can do to make sure you’re getting paid what you deserve.
Knowing what it costs you to find new talent can have a major impact on the process—and on your decisions.
Recruitment is challenging – and for companies based in rural areas where the talent pool is smaller, it can be doubly so. We asked Danielle Bragge, VP and co-founder of The Headhunters Recruitment Inc., a company with extensive experience in rural recruitment, for her advice on successfully bringing top candidates to smaller markets.