Nearly half of Canadians considering leaving their current job
Annual Hays Salary Guide shows employer optimism countered by employee isolation, loneliness and decline in well-being.
Hiring marginalized workers could jump start economy: Deloitte
More workers needed to get the economy chugging fast enough to pay for climate change initiatives and government investments.
Canadian employer hiring prospects improving: ManpowerGroup
Steady job gains in Q4 are forecast for durable and non-durable manufacturing sectors.
Business hiring plans remain muted due to pandemic: B of C
Many service sector and energy companies don’t expect a return to pre-pandemic employment levels.
COVID-19 clouds companies’ hiring prospects in Q3: ManpowerGroup
…but hiring prospects for non-durable manufacturers are a positive 8%, up from the previous quarter.
Manufacturers hiring expectations are lower for Q2: Manpower
Outlook survey shows most employers expect employee levels to same the same.
J.D. Irving forecasts 6,800 hires in Canada, US over three years
Reflects anticipated retirements, business growth and normal workforce turnover.
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Looking to hire 30,000, Amazon plans nationwide job fairs
Amazon said the hiring events will take place Sept. 17 in six locations.
Most employees ready to bolt for the right offer: Hays
Recruitment specialist warns they are overlooking growing discontent among staff.
Canadian companies, be more courageous about diversity: Deloitte
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Bombardier hiring spree is signal of aerospace industry future for young
Hiring about 1,000 workers over the next 18 months to complete the interiors of the Global 7000.
CN Rail on hiring spree after laid off workers pass on jobs
Insufficient number of crews to handle increased demand prompted by a stronger North American economy.
Hiring plans stall as 65% of oil and gas companies trim staff
15% expect some growth and about half predict stability, according to Hays Canada survey.
Younger generation looking for better work-life balance
Strategies needed for companies to attract and retain talented workers.
Growth tops priorities for mid-sized firms
Amex survey finds most businesses to increase hiring this year.
GM to hire 750 workers at Missouri plant
Automaker expects strong sales of new small trucks.
Fair hiring climate for manufacturers in Q1 of 2014
Manpower survey says hiring intentions overall are stable
US manufacturing expands at fastest pace in 2 1/2 years
Factories ramped up production, stepped up hiring and received orders at a healthy clip.
75% of small Ontario businesses not hiring in 2014
Meridian survey says top challenges are cash flow and work/family balance.
Small business confidence jumps in July
CFIB’s Business Barometer registers an almost five-point jump.
27% of NA manufacturers hiring this year: Sage
Ninety-two per cent say they will hire full-time help.
Canadian firms sour on economy, temper investment intentions: BoC
Business Outlook Survey suggests Canadian companies plan to ratchet down on investment plans, keep hiring modest.
Manufacturers expect lukewarm hiring climate in Q2
Hiring outlook for manufacturers drops four percentage points from Q1.
US economists optimistic about year ahead
Survey suggests economists confident US GDP growth will reach up to 4% in 2013.
Employers anticipate favorable hiring climate in Q1 2013: Manpower
Manufacturing’s net employment outlook of 6% indicates a mild hiring climate for the sector.
High growth entrepreneurs showing less confidence in the Canadian economy
Ivey Entrepreneurs Index says confidence is high that revenues will grow, but hiring intentions less rosy.
SMEs’ confidence up after five-month decline: CFIB
Manufacturing optimism blows past national average.
Q4 jobs outlook for manufacturers ‘respectable:’ Manpower
Mild to favourable conditions but down from last year.
Manufacturers are less confident in Q2: PwC
Bets on foreign markets and energy investments as holding the key to growth.
Hiring favourable for manufacturing in Q3: Manpower
But one of the most subdued forecasts in two years.
Q1 productivity growth is sluggish
Commodity prices will represent a ceiling for gains: TD Economics.