Josephine Tsui

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Josephine is an independent researcher collaborating with the Brookfield Institute. Josephine specializes in designing, monitoring and evaluating behaviour change and policy change programmes that aim for equity.

She has led teams for organizations such as Save the Children, the Natural History Museum, the Tony Blair Institute, and different UN agencies. She is known for her work in policy influence and she is a coach at Innoweave, a start up organization that supports Canadian community organizations in measuring their impact.

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Jun 7, 2021

As the food retail sector continues to evolve, so does the reality of many grocery jobs. This report identifies specific options for workers looking to transition into other in-demand jobs in Ontario.
Pathways Forward: Mapping Job Transitions for Ontario Food Retail Workers

May 25, 2021

Exploring trends driving the evolution of the food retail sector — from the rise of data and e-commerce to changing consumer habits — and their impact on grocery workers and employers
Shake-up in Aisle 21: Disruption, Change and Opportunity in Ontario’s Grocery Sector
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