Ask BCH: What’s the worst mistake you can make on your resume?

So you’re ready to apply for a job. You’ve done your research, updated your resume and cover letter, and you’re about to send in your application. Hopefully you’re feeling confident about your chances, but it’s never a bad idea to take one final look to make sure your resume is perfect. Did you know there…

Ask BCH: What’s your #1 social media job search tip?

Everybody knows social media is a handy tool for finding a job, but what do the experts say about the best strategies and approaches? We asked the experts at TRSM’s Business Career Hub: What’s Your #1 social media job search tip? “LinkedIn has a great Alumni feature where you can discover and sort alumni based…

Why study Human Resources at TRSM?

Which TRSM program is right for you? With 12 BComm programs to choose from, it can be tough to decide which one will support your specific career goals. Nima Hersi is in her fourth year of TRSM’s Human Resources Management & Organizational Behaviour (HRM/OB) program. In addition to her work in HRM/OB, Nima is a…

Video: Why study Retail Management at TRSM?

Why study Retail Management at the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University? Study retail in the heart of one of the world’s leading markets. Specialize in retail from day one. And gain a global perspective on a dynamic industry. We asked Dr. Hong Yu, Director of the Ted Rogers School of Retail Management,…

Video: Why study Hospitality and Tourism Management at TRSM?

Why study Hospitality and Tourism Management at the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University? Industry connections, cutting-edge experiential learning, a campus in the heart of Canada’s largest city, and opportunities to join a dynamic and growing field, to name just a few of the program’s unique benefits. We asked Dr. Frederic Dimanche (@FDimanche),…

Video: Experiential Learning – China’s Retail Market 2016

As part of Experiential Learning – Asia Pacific Study (RMG 917), a group of 17 Ted Rogers School of Retail Management students visited China in May 2016 for a two-week learning experience exploring the Chinese retail market. Students visited Beijing, Nanjing and Shanghai, learning about the Chinese retail market from experts at leading Chinese retailers,…

Dr. Yuanshun Li: Investigating the Business Effects of Sustainable Choices

Dr. Yuanshun Li Associate Professor, School of Accounting and Finance Ted Rogers School of Management With the causes and effects of climate change continuing to be a growing concern for businesses in all industries, many companies are now using carbon emission trading to ensure their operations align with a newfound focus on sustainability. Dr. Yuanshun…

Dr. Pnina Alon-Shenker: Reframing Age Discrimination in the Workplace

Dr. Pnina Alon-Shenker Associate Professor, Law & Business, Ted Rogers School of Business Management Founding Academic Director, Ryerson Law & Business Clinic To what extent do employers have to accommodate the age-related needs of older workers? Is it lawful for an organization to dismiss a senior employee in the interest of cutting costs? Dr. Pnina…

Dr. Deborah Fels: Ensuring Inclusivity in New Technology

Dr. Deborah Fels Professor, Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management Director, Inclusive Media & Design Centre New products and applications are constantly being developed to change the way we socialize, access, share, and experience information. As technology continues to advance and become further integrated into our daily lives, how can we ensure that all…

Video: World-Class Learning at Switzerland’s Young Hoteliers Summit 2016

The Young Hoteliers Summit is the world’s largest student-run hospitality summit and takes place at Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne (EHL) in Switzerland. In 2016, the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management sent two students to participate. Brenda Pais (4th year, Hospitality and Tourism Management) and her team finished first overall in the YHS…

Dr. Fei Song: Bringing Social Psychology into the Boardroom

Dr. Fei Song Associate Professor, Human Resources Management and Organizational Behaviour Ted Rogers School of Business Management 2015 Research Mentor The separation of personal and professional interests is one of the fundamental tenets of good business, but is it possible to disconnect the two completely? Dr. Fei Song’s research into executive compensation suggests perhaps not….

Dr. Ojelanki Ngwenyama: Solving Business Problems Through Innovation

Dr. Ojelanki Ngwenyama Professor, Global Management Studies Ted Rogers School of Business Management Director, Institute for Innovation and Technology Management While Canadians are eager to adopt new technologies for personal use, Canadian companies continue to operate as late adopters, which affects productivity, growth and sustainability. It’s a situation that Dr. Ojelanki Ngwenyama says leaves Canada…