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Linda Nazareth

Linda Nazareth is the principal of Relentless Economics and senior fellow for economics and population change at the Macdonald Laurier Institute. Visit her at relentlesseconomics.com

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The latest hiring taboo: class Linda Nazareth
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The case for treating work e-mailing during commutes as hours worked Linda Nazareth
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Today’s Cinderella could be tomorrow’s Disney CEO: The economic case for paying workers’ tuition Linda Nazareth
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Should we consider delaying full-time work until 40? Linda Nazareth
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Employees should embrace, not fear, our ratings-driven economy Linda Nazareth
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Redrawing the employment map – one telecommuter at a time Subscriber content Linda Nazareth
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The norm for working hours may be that there is no norm Linda Nazareth
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How Canada’s taxes compare with other OECD countries varies between singles and families Subscriber content Linda Nazareth
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What the NHL shows us about the labour market Subscriber content Linda Nazareth
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Why we should alter expectations, not legislation, in the changing economy Linda Nazareth
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How luring Amazon to Toronto may hurt the local talent pool Subscriber content Linda Nazareth
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Why co-working spaces are flourishing Linda Nazareth
With automation threatening jobs, Canada needs to form an action plan Linda Nazareth
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‘Side hustles’ aren’t just for millennials – look no further than the Queen for proof Linda Nazareth
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Another good reason to hire women: to boost productivity (and men’s pay) Linda Nazareth
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Budget doesn’t make grade in truly helping women to narrow wage gap Linda Nazareth
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A new era for the workplace – shorter work weeks – is starting now Linda Nazareth