Federal pay equity commissioner reappointed, but new law not in force
On average in Canada, women earn 12% less than men
Offshore workers call on government to stabilize industry
Unifor is calling on the federal and provincial government to make strategic investments in the industry.
Amazon to hire 100,000 to keep up with online shopping surge
The company already had to hire 175,000 people earlier this year to keep up with the rush of orders.
COVID-19 could have a lasting, positive impact on workplace culture
Catching a glimpse of a co-worker’s baby or pet can help humanize workplaces and make colleagues more understanding and empathetic
A second COVID-19 wave? Here are 6 lessons from the first
The spread of COVID-19 can be reduced with simple actions
Rittal recognized as one of the of Best Workplaces in Manufacturing in Canada
The list is based on feedback from employees of organizations that were surveyed by Great Place to Work
Statistics Canada says country gained 419,000 jobs in July
The national unemployment rate was 10.9% in July, down from the 12.3% recorded in June
Canadians are afraid to return to workplace, yet trust employers to keep them safe: KPMG
82% trust their employer to take and maintain all the necessary health and safety precautions
IBM launches digital platform to help Canadian job seekers and business owners get back to work
Canada added nearly one million jobs in June, but there are still close to two million fewer jobs than there were pre-COVID
Google extending ability for employees to work from home until at least next July
The tech company has about 1,500 employees, including engineers, sales leaders and artificial intelligence researchers at offices in Waterloo, Ont., Toronto and Montreal
Canadian CEOs held to higher standard on important issues: survey
69% of Canadians want companies to address discrimination and racism.
Cable manufacturer LAPP North America appoints new CEO
Jay Lahman will be responsible for the North American region which includes LAPP USA, LAPP Canada, LAPP Mexico and LAPP Tannehill.
Canadian unemployment rate to peak at 11% in Q2: OECD
Jobs should return as lockdowns end, but an unemployment rate of 7.7% by the end of 2021.
Irving Oil cutting 250 jobs, 6% of workforce, due to the economy
Reductions will affect operations in Canada, the United States, Ireland and Britain.
Via laying off about 1,000 workers as pandemic impacts its business
Employees will receive a temporary written layoff notice that respects their collective agreement’s terms.