Workplace Journalists and Reporters

Workplace Journalists

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Ewin Hannan

Twitter
The Australian
Recent Articles

Senior journalist reporting on workplace relations, federal politics and public policy.

LinkedIn

Emma Horn

Twitter
The Daily Advertiser
Recent Articles

Education reporter at the workplace formerly known as Fairfax, @dailyadvertiser .

LinkedIn

David Marin

Twitter
Financial Review
Recent Articles

Workplace journalist for Australian Financial Review. Ex-film critic.

LinkedIn

Sana Qadar

Twitter
ABC
Recent Articles

She has reported, presented or produced for broadcasters including the ABC, BBC, SBS, Al Jazeera English, NPR, CTV, APTN and China Radio International

LinkedIn

Michelle McQuaid

Twitter
Psychology Today
Recent Articles

Michelle McQuaid is a best-selling author, workplace wellbeing teacher and playful change activator. With more than a decade of senior leadership experience in large organizations around the world, she’s passionate about translating cutting-edge research from positive psychology and neuroscience, into practical strategies for health, happiness, and business success.

LinkedIn

Jessica Yun

Twitter
Yahoo
Recent Articles

Jessica is a Sydney-based journalist covering personal finance, economy, the gig economy, property, retail, workplace and career issues.

LinkedIn

John Hilton

Twitter
Human Resources
Recent Articles

John Hilton is a journalist at Human Resources Director.

LinkedIn

Kim Trynacity

Twitter
CBC
Recent Articles

I'm a multi media political journalist for CBC in Edmonton Alberta, Canada. I have an MA, a BA, and am a self professed policy geek. I'm also the Prairie Director for the Canadian Media Guild (CMG). The experience gives me a better appreciation of labour issues, and opportunity to grow as a mediator, leader, and listener. I'm really interested in how Alberta fits into the world economy, and how technology is impacting our working environment. People and the decisions they make, are at the heart of it all

LinkedIn

Bill Howatt

Twitter
Theglobeandmail
Recent Articles

Bill Howatt is the president of Howatt HR Consulting and former chief research and development officer of work force productivity with Morneau Shepell. He is also chief of research workforce productivity for the Conference Board of Canada. His website is www.howatthr.com. He is also the creator of an online Pathway to Coping course offered through the University of New Brunswick and a co-founder of the Employee Recommended Workplace Award

LinkedIn

Brandie Weikle

Twitter
Freelancer
Recent Articles

Brandie Weikle is a senior writer for CBC News based in Toronto. She's a long-time magazine and newspaper editor and podcast host with specialities in family life, health and the workplace.

LinkedIn

Will Ashworth

Twitter
Investorplace
Recent Articles

A self-taught writer, I've been covering business news since 2004. Before that I enjoyed a career in the financial services industry. My true passion is writing about investing

LinkedIn

Eric Atkins

Twitter
The Globe and Mail
Recent Articles

I'm a business reporter at the Globe and Mail in Toronto. My beats include railways, airlines, automaking, agriculture, food manufacturing and more. Formerly at National Post, Lawyer's Weekly, Law Times, Workplace News, Etobicoke Life.

LinkedIn

Cecilia Amador

Twitter
Allwork.Space
Recent Articles

Ceci Amador, Senior Associate Editor of Allwork.Space, is based from wherever her laptop is. She enjoys traveling and visiting new flexible workspaces. If you'd like Ceci to check out your workspace

LinkedIn

Dom Nicastro

Twitter
CMSWire
Recent Articles

Staff reporter at @CMSWire focusing on digital workplace, digital customer experience, information management, Web CMS, CXM

LinkedIn

David Roe

Twitter
CMSWire.com
Recent Articles

David is a full-time journalist based in Paris, who spends his time working between Ireland, the UK and France. A partisan of ‘green’ living and conservation, he is particularly interested in information management and how enterprise content management, analytics, big data and cloud computing impact on it. A staff reporter with CMSWire, he also works as a freelance content manager for a number of software companies across Ireland and the UK. If you’re interested in any of the above or anything that’s not covered above drop him a line

LinkedIn

Bailey Reiners

Twitter
Built In
Recent Articles

Bailey Reiners is a staff writer for Built In. She joined the company in 2018 and writes about B2B topics like recruiting, employer branding and company culture.

LinkedIn

Steffen Maier

Twitter
entrepreneur
Recent Articles

Steffen Maier is the co-founder of Impraise, a web-based and mobile solution for actionable, timely feedback at work. Today’s workplace still relies on outdated methods for providing feedback. Annual performance reviews are too inefficient and lacking to provide actionable feedback that helps employees improve continuously. Impraise turns performance reviews into an easy process by enabling users to give and receive valuable feedback in real-time and when it’s most helpful.

LinkedIn

Mark Eltringham

Twitter
Workplace Insight
Recent Articles

Workplace Insight is the UK’s most widely read publication dedicated to the design and management of workplaces, offering a definitive source of daily ideas, comment, news and information. It publishes a weekly newsletter and has a readership of up to 1,000 unique users a day including suppliers, purchasing, HR, IT and facilities managers and specifiers including fit-out firms, architects and designers. It is published by Mark Eltringham, a professional with over twenty-five years’ experience of the sector working as an editor, writer, commentator and marketing professional. Mark is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts.

LinkedIn

Sam Marshall

Twitter
CMS Wire
Recent Articles

Sam Marshall is the owner of ClearBox Consulting and has specialized in intranets and the digital workplace for over 18 years, working with companies such as AstraZeneca, Diageo, Sony, GSK and AkzoNobel.

LinkedIn

Sara Bean

Twitter
Workplace Insight
Recent Articles

Freelance Journalist & Editor - interested in workplace wellbeing, including built environment, employee/employer relations, H&S and green issues

LinkedIn
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