Entrepreneurs expect to grow workforce this year
Disruption, innovation key to growth, survey says.
Air Canada to purchase up to 75 Bombardier CS300s
But the Montreal aerospace company has also announced workforce cuts affecting 7,000 positions over two years.
Oil dependent NL lacks competitive edge, study says
Aging workforce among most profound challenges, Conference Board said.
Think Lean: Broaden your hiring options
The labour shortage is real and likely to worsen in the immediate future, so think about hiring differently and then act.
SNC Lavalin to cut 4,000 jobs
Job cuts are part of its ongoing efforts to get out of underperforming business segments, company says.
Chipmaker AMD cutting 7% of global workforce
Says job cuts are an effort to improve its profitability.
Businesses feel impact of skills gap
Survey reports productivity losses, low morale and lost revenue.
Fair hiring climate for manufacturers in Q1 of 2014
Manpower survey says hiring intentions overall are stable
The maturing of Canada’s workforce
There are now more workers in retail, health care and social assistance than in manufacturing.
National household survey to focus on workforce
Statscan’s census replacement to expose Canada’s competitiveness.
Three EU aerospace firms to set up in Montreal
They like the trained workforce; moves will create nearly 200 jobs.
Stricter, more complex EI changes now in effect
EI claimants will now have to prove they’re actively job searching to keep their benefits.
GM’s Opel to end car production at German plant in 2016
Warehouse to continue operating and Bochum factory may make components
US adds 171,000 jobs in October, unemployment ticks up to 7.9%
The US economy has created an average of 173,000 jobs a month since July, up from 67,000 a month from April through June.
Q4 jobs outlook for manufacturers ‘respectable:’ Manpower
Mild to favourable conditions but down from last year.