McDonald’s workers in the 1990s Soviet Union were required to smile – regardless of cultural norms that discourage excessive smiling. This NPR podcast explains what happened in the aftermath, as customers grew to like it… and workers did, too!
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Hair today, gone tomorrow
Carol’s Daughter – a brand that specializes in products for black women – has been bought over by multi-million dollar cosmetic giant L’Oreal. What does this mean for the kinds of products that it is famous for?
First Nation group furious at Province’s move to cut trees down for Enbridge pipeline path by Jenny Uechi
While not unique at all to Canada, this case illustrates the conflict between the rights of indigenous people, commercial interests, and governmental organizations (or organisations , if you live in Canada):
Ernst & Young LLP Reveals Diversity Pays Off
Gender diversity is linked with corporations’ success: