U of S online salary disclosure ‘a step in the right direction’: expert

By Alex McPherson, Saskatoon Star Phoenix, August 14, 2018
Until recently, information about the university’s top earners could only be found in a three-ring binder in the institution’s library.

The University of Saskatchewan followed through on a year-old commitment to improve transparency by publishing an online database of its highest-paid employees’ salaries, bonuses and other pay.

The database includes 955 university employees, each of whom earns more than $125,000 per year. Until last month, that information could only be obtained by visiting the university library and consulting a printed list.  READ MORE


Making the Most of your Job

By Karen E. Mosier – Reprinted with permission.  Original printed in CARA Connection Newsletter Vol 5 Issue 6 Nov 2017

Over the years I have had many different jobs. Some positions were more exciting and dynamic than others. But regardless of my job description, I love going home with a feeling of satisfaction for all the things that I have accomplished throughout the day. Part of enjoying your career is getting the most out of every day.

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Keeping a Positive Attitude at Work

By Karen E. Mosier  – Reprinted with permission. Originally printed in CARA Connection Newsletter Vol 6 Issue 1 January 2018

I like to keep a positive attitude at work. It isn’t always easy to maintain a positive frame of mind amid the daily stressors of a busy workplace. Being unhappy is not only bad for our health but it is also detrimental to our productivity.

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