Survey of employers projects more salary freezes ahead
Average increase about 1.6% including freezes reported by 13% of firms; down from a 2.4%in 2019.
CFIB calls for action on federal and provincial payroll taxes
Report says small business is getting crushed under their weight.
Canada’s employers boost salaries to attract new talent
But the Hays annual salary survey shows pay for existing staff lags.
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Cautious salary increases expected in 2018, survey says
Morneau Sheppell HR survey calls for salary increases averaging 2.3% next year.
Hydro One CEO $4.5M salary not a factor in bill cuts: minister
“Regardless of what those salaries are, we will make a 25% cut”: Sandals
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Another year of modest salary gains ahead amid slow economic growth
Lowest increases (1.1%) going to oil and gas workers in Alberta.
Employers optimistic about 2016 but staff issues loom
Hays study says lack of training, succession planning and an inability to hire pose challenges
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Canadian base salaries to rise 2.6%: Hay Group
Survey results show a decline since the beginning of the economic downturn.
Most employees aren’t making desired salary
$50,000 seems to be a tipping point for satisfaction.
2.6% salary bump for Canadian employees in 2015
Hay Group says wage growth post 2008/09 continues to trail the US.
Look to the oil patch for highest salary increases: survey
Energy sector pay bump is forecast at 3.7% in 2015.
Manufacturers’ exec salary increases stall in 2014
The 2014 EMC-PLANT salary survey shows overall compensation growth shrinking slightly but some executives anticipate increases.