Government jobs are not known for lucrative salaries so it’s important that employees feel valued in their positions. The Government of Canada measures this satisfaction through a Public Service Employee Survey (PSES) taken every
Crowds are not necessarily wise; nor are they necessarily evil. The internet has ways of connecting us in virtual crowds that can bring out the best and the worst of groupthink. Chris Hedges in
More Than Money: While bitcoin has seen many ups and downs, blockchain, the technology behind it, is steadily growing. For months, talk around bitcoin and so called cryptocurrencies has dominated the financial and technology sectors. Last year, the value of bitcoin reached an all time high at more than $16,000 for an individual coin and even those unfamiliar
According to the results of a Pew Research study released in 2017, only 18 percent of Americans trust the government. In the survey, 15 percent of respondents said they can trust the government in
When any group is faced with a large decision or set of decisions, it’s important to ensure that those decisions are being made by the people with the most knowledge and experience on each issue. This is where liquid democracy shines as an example of effective decision making.
By Kate Milberry There’s little question that much of the conflict in the world arises from disagreement. I want your land, but you live there and don’t want to give it to me. You