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News Energy General
April 2, 2020  

Cenovus suspends dividend, cuts more capital spending, salaries

Additional steps are in response to the ongoing low global oil price environment.

News Energy General
March 31, 2020  

Inter Pipeline cuts dividend, exec pay, suspends bulk liquids storage sale

President and CEO salary will be reduced by 20%, all other executive salaries to be reduced by 10%.

News Energy Government Manufacturing General
July 16, 2018  

Ford government moves to take more control of Hydro One executive salaries

Requires the board to establish a new compensation framework for the CEO and directors.

News Manufacturing General
December 4, 2017  

Most employees ready to bolt for the right offer: Hays

Recruitment specialist warns they are overlooking growing discontent among staff.

News Manufacturing Business Operations Economy General
August 9, 2017  

Cautious salary increases expected in 2018, survey says

Morneau Sheppell HR survey calls for salary increases averaging 2.3% next year.

News Government Manufacturing General
February 6, 2017  

Wynne calls some public sector executive wage ranges ‘unreasonably high’

Could potentially lead to unacceptable salary increases; she didn’t make clear which organizations.

News Manufacturing General
January 3, 2017  

As of Jan. 3, top CEOs earn more than average Canadian for all of 2017

CCPA report cites explosion in the compensation of senior execs in Canada, US.

News Energy Oil & Gas Business Operations General Operations
September 10, 2015  

Canadian Natural cuts staff salaries in Calgary, Aberdeen by up to 10%

Biggest cuts will be absorbed by higher-earning employees.

Feature Manufacturing Business Operations General Operations Production
September 3, 2015  

Salaries are looking up!

Your ROI for contributing to business growth.

News Aerospace Automotive Chemicals Manufacturing Oil & Gas Business Operations Operations Sustainability Technology
August 20, 2012  

Canadians can expect a raise next year: report

Oil and gas, and mining workers will see the largest increase in pay.

News Energy Manufacturing Oil & Gas Business Operations Sustainability
October 26, 2011  

Salaries leaping in 2012: Conference Board

Rising demand for people with skilled trades and other workers in Western Canada’s booming oil and gas sector will push the national average wage up by more than 3% next year.

News Automotive Manufacturing Business Operations Operations
June 27, 2011  

UPDATE: Saab could pay salaries this week

Troubled auto maker receives $13 million order from unnamed Chinese company

News General
December 1, 2008  

Labour: Hiring supply-chain workers: it’s not about the money

In 2007, Alberta’s unemployment rate was a minuscule 3.5