Conflict assumptions in the workplace

The workplace brings out the best and worst in people. On the one hand, it’s a place where everyone there has made a conscious decision to enter into, through the job application process, and so is self-motivated to meet the expectations of the company. On the other hand, unlike groups of personal friends, co-workers have […]

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Technology and the Future of Law

There is no getting around it, technology is changing every aspect of how you work, live, and play. From researching and booking a vacation completely online to buying your groceries online to working remotely – technology is having a profound impact on your life. When it comes to the legal profession, no domain is immune […]

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What to Do After a Work-Related Accident

Most people treat their workplace as their second home. As a matter of fact, numerous people around the world render more hours than initially required of them. Take perhaps the hardworking Japanese. Their work ethics are sometimes so intense that they have invented the term karoshi, something which translates to “death by overwork.” Whilst these […]

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Which Is Worse Between DWI And DUI

Drunk driving is always a dangerous idea even if you feel like you are still within the legal blood alcohol content set by your state or country. It may cause unexpected accidents that may sometimes take the lives of other innocent people. Having fun and drinking is not against the law, however, if you are […]

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Different types of mediation

For many Calgary couples looking at separation and divorce, the decision to actually split rarely comes amicably. With so much involved, from shared assets to parental custody of children, it can be hard to tease apart the needs and abilities of each party from the intense feelings and emotions that are wrapped up in the […]

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