Feb 21, 2012 | 52:59Type A Productivity Audio
Type A Productivity Feb 21, 2012 | 52:59On this episode of Type A, hosts Karin Klassen and Rod Love explore work ethic and productivity. Productivity is the key to future growth, yet Canada is ranked 12th among its peer group of 17 countries. How do we pull up our boot straps and get going? And what happens if we don't?
Feb 28, 2012 | 8:41Type A BACKTALK 4: Audience Reaction to Productivity Audio
Type A BACKTALK 4: Audience Reaction to Productivity Feb 28, 2012 | 8:41In this webisode, Karin and Rod open the mailbox and respond to some of your tweets, phone calls, website comments and Facebook posts about our episode on productivity. That episode aired February 20 and 24. Here's what you had to say about it.
Mar 2, 2012 | 9:12Type A BACKTALK 5: Audience Reaction to Debt Audio
Type A BACKTALK 5: Audience Reaction to Debt Mar 2, 2012 | 9:12In this webisode, Karin and Rod open the mailbox and respond to some of your tweets, phone calls, website comments and Facebook posts about our episode on debt. That episode aired February 27 & March 2. Here's what you had to say about it:
Mar 5, 2012 | 52:59Type A The Jobs Audio
Type A The Jobs Mar 5, 2012 | 52:59The Canadian employment landscape is shifting dramatically. This week on Type A, Karin Klassen and Rod Love explore the implications of a hot economy in the West and what that means for relations with the rest of Canada.
Mar 12, 2012 | 52:58Type A Future Jobs Audio
Type A Future Jobs Mar 12, 2012 | 52:58This week on Type A, we look at life in a post-resource economy. Guests include economist and author Todd Hirsch, social media consultant Giles Crouch, physicist Marie D'iorio, Canada Research Chair on the challenges of a knowledge economy Diane Gabrielle Tremblay and founder of Real Life U Geoff Dubrow.
Mar 19, 2012 | 27:28Type A Grey Wave - Part 2 Audio
Type A Grey Wave - Part 2 Mar 19, 2012 | 27:28The first wave of Baby Boomers has just hit retirement age. Some believe this is a game changer for the Canadian economy. Type A explores the implications of this demographic shift - from the work force to government benefits to health care spending. And as hosts Rod Love and Karin Klassen discover, it's not as bad as some would lead Canadians to believe.