Working Adolescents in Canadian Family Enterprises

Jennifer Halyk, The Business Families Centre
Published: Mar 26, 2020

This white paper looks at younger family members working in their family business. It finds they are exposed to more complex work, given more opportunities, mentoring and training. As a result, they have several measurable advantages later in life. Specifically, the study found in the long-term, those who work during their adolescence in their own […]

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