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    June 3, 2022

    Queen's In The News Friday, June 3, 2022

    Expert Faculty/Department Media Outlets
    Abray, Tim
    • Arts and Science
    • Political Studies
    Yahoo! Canada: Ontario election: How Doug Ford's campaign strategy helped PCs win 2nd majority
    Global News: Ontario election: How Doug Ford's campaign strategy helped PCs win 2nd majority
    Abray, a PhD candidate, breaks down Doug Ford’s campaign strategy.
    Brohman, Kathryn
    • Smith School of Business
    National Post, Financial Post: Investments in digital technology are a waste without employees who can make it useful, experts say
    Dr. Brohman talks about how organizations can be more thoughtful about how technology can help employees do their job or help the customer experience.
    Sean Cleary
    • Smith School of Business
    Business News Network (BNN): The math of cutting carbon pollution means it will pay for itself: Queen's University Prof
    Dr. Cleary talks about the importance of investing in greenhouse gas reductions.
    Dacin, Tina
    • Smith School of Business
    Benefits Canada: Head to head: Should Canada implement a four-day workweek?
    Dr. Dacin talks about how the four-day work week is a model employers should consider to remain competitive.
    Jane Philpott
    • Health Sciences
    Yahoo! Canada: 'Anxiety' over 3-year decriminalization plan in B.C.: former federal health minister
    Dean Philpott talks about Portugal as a model for how decriminalizing small amounts of drugs for personal use can be effective.
    Spitzmuller, Matthias
    • Smith School of Business
    Toronto Sun: Relationship benefits mentee, mentor and the organization, too
    Dr. Spitzmuller talks about how mentorship programs work best when employees have some input in choosing their mentors.

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