Emily Douglas

Emily Douglas

Emily is currently the Managing Editor at HRD Canada.

She studied Classics and Classical Civilisation at University College London, where she wrote extensively for the university’s magazine, PiMedia. Emily also studied for one year at The University of Geneva, where she read Medieval Literature and Ancient Greek Philosophy.  Before joining Key Media, Emily worked in several journalistic roles, writing on national and international markets.

Contact: Emily.Douglas@keymedia.com

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Canadian HR leaders unite for award-winning HR Tech Summit

They say that necessity is the mother of invention

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What is the future of your HR function?

Technology has flooded into our offices, automating our processes and enhancing our data drives

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How to defeat your workplace enemies

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How to measure the true cost of a bad hire

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Top 10 most hated office traditions

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A history of Pride: How to celebrate LGBTQ employees

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Is this the secret to 'authentic' diversity?

HR leaders would be hard pressed to find a term that matters more

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These are the most 'romantic' professions this Valentine's Day

Where does HR place in the rankings?

How to use data to drive decision making

How to use data to drive decision making

How effectively are you using data in your hiring processes?

Why HR should let robots handle the ‘boring’ stuff

Why HR should let robots handle the ‘boring’ stuff

Love it or hate it, technology is well and truly embedded into our lives