Is 996 the New 9-5? How Tech Can Avoid Burnout Culture

With China's controversial 996 system fueling conversations about tech's long hours, we're looking at what exactly companies can do to avoid burnout culture.
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Ken Ip

Ken Ip
Ken Ip is Hockeystick's Director of Engineering. As an outstanding entrepreneur, Ken has been breathing and living product, engineering, and design for the past decade. He has been a developer, team lead, CTO, and founder in the Toronto tech scene, where he defined best-practice development processes, architected scalable products, and raised funding. Ken cares deeply about the intersection of business and technology and has mentored several companies. With his global resources and experience, he manages to create values for our portfolio companies by optimizing operation activities and formulating innovative business models. Ken has a MBET and a BSc in Computer Engineering from the University of Waterloo.

Recent Posts

10 Remarkable Stats About Canada's Tech Economy

Canada has become one of the world's top-ranked countries for attracting tech talent and Toronto has grown its tech sector by 50% in the last five years. In honour of this exponential growth, we’re showcasing 10 remarkable stats about Canada's tech economy.
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Just Released: Hockeystick's Open Taxonomy, The New Data Standard

Hockeystick's open taxonomy classifies data to eliminate redundancy and promote the reuse of data in systems. This taxonomy provides better analytics and more accurate data points across several domains, making financing activities in the startup world more transparent and comparable.
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The Newest Face of Corporate Trust and Responsibility

Recent high-profile data breaches like Cambridge Analytica have put the pressure on companies to develop new ways to protect consumer data while also building corporate trust.
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