Survey illustrates where business added automation in 2020
Increased efficiencies, cost reductions, social distancing highlights tech implementations
Manufacturers’ output down, expected to last months yet: CME
Half of survey respondents say production is down between 25% and 50%, more than 50% for a quarter of companies.
Low profits, few customers in post pandemic recovery: BC survey
43% businesses think they will need government incentives to continue operating.
Skills shortage hampers manufacturers’ competitiveness: CME
Survey shows 85% of companies from across Canada are having trouble filling job vacancies.
Right facts doesn’t always mean having the right answer: survey
Project explores how people’s ideas are shaped by the information they consume.
Firms know little about CETA as Canada pushes diversifying exports
Government survey shows only 7% of the polled businesses were familiar with details of the Canada-EU deal.
Canada’s employers boost salaries to attract new talent
But the Hays annual salary survey shows pay for existing staff lags.
Almost 50% of Canadians living paycheque to paycheque
Most are struggling to put away 5% of their paycheques.
How will Alberta’s carbon tax affect your business?
Attention Alberta businesses! Fill out this short survey from Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters!
Canadian workers pessimistic about financial future
Payroll survey reveals they expect to work longer, average retirement age 63.
Record number of Canadian businesses looking at deals
EY survey reveals there’s opportunities for strategic and innovative deals despite iffy economic sentiment.
Family business a ‘good news story’ in the economy
PwC survey suggests attracting and retaining talent remains a challenge as boomers enter retirement.
Executives’ confidence in global economy up 24%: EY
Improved confidence means companies are planning on pursuing more M&A activity in the next 12 months, survey suggests.
Digital investment to disrupt and drive mining, metals: survey [INFOGRAPHIC]
Investment will continue to rise as companies seek to maintain competitive position, control costs and stay viable.
Canadian biz face lower economic crime, but fraudsters keep up
Asset misappropriation and procurement fraud are most common crimes encountered by Canadian businesses.