When a chemical substance of concern is identified, researchers find that better opportunities exist for manufacturers to collaborate to eliminate the use of a substance of concern within an industry, rather than resort to a competitive situation around the “replace” or “wait and see” decision.
Associate Professor Michael Rouse discusses the return on investment of employee wellness programs, research he has developed in partnership with Sun Life, in an interview with Your Workplace magazine.
Although income statement–based measures do predict which types of stocks tend to outperform, these researchers find that cash flow measures are even better predictors, and may enhance investment performance.
Many organizations are looking for more effective ways to manage the annual employee performance evaluation. Kun Huo, assistant professor at Ivey, talks to The Globe and Mail about the less intimidating ways to motivate performance.