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Highly talented employees and tightly knit communities.

Cons

Lacking HR support for managers and talent retention.

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Invest in training management on how to get the best ROI over resources spent on talented employees for better talent retention.

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I have been working at CBC/Radio-Canada full-time

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Very relaxing work, family friendly

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no free coffee, no gym

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CBC offers great benefits, you get all the legal holidays, and it’s an opportunity to contribute to the Canadian culture.

Cons

Big organization with a lot of moving parts, and people that have been in the same job for decades, means a lot of politicking and red tape.

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Mikaela Shiffrin, David Wise, and Henrik Harlaut among skiers nominated for this year's awards

By Jillian Queri

Since 1993, the world's best athletes have gathered to celebrate the year's top athletic performances and victories, awarding ESPYs (which stands for Excellence in Sports Performance Yearly) by popular fan vote. For athletes hailing from around the world competing at the highest level in sports ranging from bowling to basketball, taking home an ESPY is to athletes as an Oscar is to actors. Click here to vote.

Coming off of the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang , nine skiers have been nominated for the 26th annual ESPY Awards in varying categories.

Lindsey Vonn, who was not nominated this year, holds the record for winning the most ESPYs of any skier, having won the award for Best Female Athlete in both 2010 and 2011 and Best U.S. Female Olympian in 2010.

And the 2018 nominees are...

Mikaela Shiffrin (Alpine skiing) Best Female Athlete and Best Female Olympian

23-year-old Mikaela Shiffrin had a big year, taking home not one, but two Olympic medals in Pyeongchang (gold in giant slalom and silver in alpine combined) and the overall World Cup title for the second year in a row. This is the second time that Shiffrin has been nominated for two ESPYs, as she was up for Best Female Athlete and Best Female U.S. Olympian in 2014, but fell to fighter Ronda Rousey and snowboarder Jamie Anderson , respectively.

David Wise (Freestyle skiing) Best Male Olympian and Best Male Action Sports Athlete

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also received his second ESPY nominations. In 2014, the Reno-native was nominated for Best Male U.S. Olympian and Best Male Action Sports Athlete. Similar to Shiffrin, Wise is yet to go home with an ESPY, as the awards in 2014 instead went to snowboarder Sage Kotsenburg and skateboarder kitten heel tie strap sandals White Alexandre Birman VuitUQOf
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Jessie Diggins and Kikkan Randall (Nordic skiing) Best Olympic Moment

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also won the hearts of America with their triumphant victory and heartwarming celebration ( in case you missed it, here's the video of the moment they won gold ), which earned them this year’s ESPY nomination for Best Olympic Moment. This is the first ESPY nomination for both Diggins and Randall. Randall recently announced that she has been diagnosed with breast cancer , so it is unsure if she will be in attendance at the event.

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