Fiona Anderson

Thorp case illustrates the low spark of high-heeled job requirements

Much ado has been made about the new rules that say employers can’t require women to wear high heels at work. The issue first came to my attention when the New York Times in January ran a story...

Greece, Richard Nixon, Bitcoin and popless bubble wrap

Editor-in-chief Fiona Anderson on the news that caught her eye this week

Same-sex marriage, financial horror stories, beer brawl and Canadian ehmojis

Editor-in-chief Fiona Anderson on the news that caught her eye this week

Evan Solomon, senators, high-paid CEOs and Tumblr types

Editor-in-chief Fiona Anderson on the news that caught her eye this week

Unaffordable housing in Vancouver, long commutes, FIFA’s soccer dad and Swiss cheese

Editor-in-chief Fiona Anderson on the news that caught her eye this week

Debt, happiness, college essays, bacon and beer

Editor-in-chief Fiona Anderson on the news that caught her eye this week

Alberta and UK elections, Omar Khadr, and going mid-market

Surprising and predictable elections, mid-market is the new high-end, and how to lose a job offer

Power suits, job ads, negotiating a salary and you’re not too old

Editor-in-chief Fiona Anderson on the news that caught her eye this week

How to get a job and irritate your co-workers, executive pay at Barrick and CIBC, and Apple Pay coming to Canada

Starting early to get on the right career path and staying there, and shooting your computer: stories from the week

Minimum wages, augmenting your salary and robo-advisers

More stories about pay caught my eye this week, not just how much people get paid, but what they do to get even more money, and how they spend it even if they are on welfare. In the pay category,...