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The Equity Story est le premier podcast francophone dédié à l'univers du capital-risque et de l'entrepreneuriat. J'interviewe les equity-holders, à savoir des investisseurs et des entrepreneurs sur des thèmes variés liés aux nouvelles technologies, à l'investissement et à la stratégie d'entreprise.
 
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Level the Paying Field

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Level the Paying Field

Story Studio Network, Pay Equity Office of Ontario

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Welcome to Level the Paying Field where we explore issues related to economics, equity, women, work and money. This series of conversations explores topics impacting women working in Ontario and is published by Ontario’s Pay Equity Office. Part of our inspiration for launching this series was how, in the midst of a global pandemic which disproportionally impacted women around the world, global multilateral organizations came together to inaugurate the first ever International Equal Pay Day o ...
 
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Commissioner Ward, CAO of Ontario’s Pay Equity Commission and Monika Queisser, Head of the Social Policy Division of OECD explore occupational clustering and the future of work. La commissaire Ward, directrice générale de la Commission de l’équité salariale de l’Ontario, et Monika Queisser, chef de la division des politiques sociales de l’OCDE, exp…
 
Women are often told to be more assertive, but what happens when women actually advocate for themselves? Commissioner Ward explores these experiences with Janelle Benjamin when she tried to negotiate for better salary + benefits and what she does differently now. On dit souvent aux femmes de se faire valoir, mais que se passe-t-il lorsque les femme…
 
In this conversation, Commissioner and CAO of Ontario’s Pay Equity Commission, Kadie Ward, speaks with fatherhood advocate and member of the Dad Central Ontario Steering Committee, Ed Gough Jr. Ed discusses the widespread benefits of taking paternity leave and how disruptions introduced by the pandemic may have presented new opportunities for fathe…
 
How would we consider women’s worth if women had been considered “persons” in Canada before 1927? Together with Federal Pay Equity Commissioner Jensen, Commissioner Ward explores this question while looking at Pay Equity Legislation provincially and federally as well as new AI and-data driven software tools that analyze and help close the gender pa…
 
Lean In Canada has published a report looking at racialized women at work in Ontario. Commissioner Ward speaks with Lean In Canada to learn more about what they discovered. Visit website for transcripts. Podcast en anglais seulement. Visitez le site Web pour les transcriptions. Visit website for transcripts. GUEST: Seghen Woldai, Director of Engage…
 
The story of the pandemic was different for women. Author and Journalist Lauren McKeon argues that, in many ways, the story of the pandemic is the story of women. In her most recent book, Women of the Pandemic, she documents how “women have never before played such a vital, essential role in a global crisis,” and that “they’ve also been the ones wh…
 
It’s not intuitively obvious that the distinction between gender roles and gender discrimination would arise or change as a result of technology, but Dr. Debora Spar makes a compelling case for this in her recent book Work, Mate, Marry, Love: How Machines Shape our Human Destiny. Starting with the invention of the plow she argues “patriarchy has it…
 
Ask men and women why the gender wage gap exists, and you will get a variety of answers, most of them based on common “myths” about women, work, and compensation. In this episode, we deconstruct some of these myths with the help of subject matter experts. Podcast in English only. Visit website for transcripts. GUESTSJanelle Benjamin, Founder of All…
 
In this conversation, Commissioner Kadie Ward speaks with Emanuela Pozzan, a Senior Specialist on Gender Equality with the ILO. She is part of the “Equal Pay International Coalition” Secretariat (EPIC). EPIC is a coalition of the ILO, UN Women, and the OECD. She also speaks with Monika Queisser, Senior Counsellor to the Director of Employment, Labo…
 
"Mon père m'a dit : Tu vas faire des chaussures ? Mais tu ne sais pas t'habiller mon fils ..." Déjouant les pronostics c'est pourtant le défi qu'Achille et son équipe ont relevé, non contents de lancer les premières sneakers dissimilaires au monde avec sa marque CAVAL. Avant la rentrée, c'est une nouvelle aventure entrepreneuriale que je vous propo…
 
Depuis 1775 et l’invention des toilettes modernes, jamais les toilettes n’ont été réinventées. Jamais, les toilettes n’ont été désirables. Jamais, les toilettes n’ont pu s’accorder avec un espace. Jamais, les toilettes n’ont été un achat de plaisir. C’est de ce constat qu’est né Trone.Bienvenue dans la Summer Edition de The Equity Story, le podcast…
 
Réunir des sujets aussi vastes et différents que le rôle des incubateurs dans la tech, puis les enjeux des smart cities, mais aussi les travers de la FrenchTech et la faiblesse des IPOs techs en Europe ... C'est possible avec Lucas Mesquita de l'incubateur et du fonds Axeleo !Bienvenue dans cet épisode #18 de The Equity Story, le podcast francophon…
 
Je pense que vous avez tous remarqué ces nouvelles marques e-commerce qui proposent des produits sympas à des prix attractifs tout étant "social network friendly" ... Bergamotte le néo-fleuriste, Sézane dans la mode ... et Tediber qui nous intéresse aujourd'hui et qui bouscule l'industrie (endormie ?)du matelas.Dans cet épisode #17 de The Equity St…
 
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