BIV on Roundhouse December 1: Going 'glocal' – what Canadians think of multinationals

Are multinationals bad and can they truly champion local interests? Shelley Martin, president and CEO of Nestle Canada, shares insights from the company's research
An excerpt from Nestle Canada's infographic in Glocal: Confronting the Global-Local Dilemma: Opportunities and Challenges for Multinationals in Canada Today. | Nestle Canada

On the latest show, the president and CEO of Nestle Canada, Shelley Martin, shares insights from the company’s research into what Canadians think of multinationals corporations. 

It can be a challenge to recruit top tech talent in Vancouver. Rocky Ozaki, vice-president of community at the BC Tech Association and co-founder of Now Innovation, shares how companies are successfully recruiting in a tight talent market. 

BIV's bi-weekly Management Matters segment with Mark Wardell, president and founder of Wardell International, further explores how to recruit successfully, and how companies can get creative in their marketing, recruitment and retention strategies. 

BIV reporter Patrick Blennerhassett reviews The Economist’s report on the macroeconomics of marriage. 

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