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NewsHealth & Safety

January 5, 2022
Employers should plan for lots of sick workers: B.C.’s top doctor

NewsHealth & Safety

January 5, 2022
Toronto Zoo says it’s closing temporarily to protect animals, ensure staffing

NewsHealth & Safety

January 4, 2022
WestJet to cancel 15 per cent of flights due to COVID-related staff shortages

NewsGlobal HR NewsHealth & Safety

January 4, 2022
Starbucks says U.S. employees must get vaccine or test weekly

NewsCompensationLegislation

January 3, 2022
B.C. implements guaranteed paid sick days for all workers, including part time

NewsCompensation

January 3, 2022
Ontario ushers in minimum wage hike as 2022 begins

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NewsHealth & SafetyWorking Remotely

January 1, 2022
Gut check on virtual care for employees

NewsCompensationHealth & Safety

December 30, 2021
Vaccination rules for COVID benefits to stick for foreseeable future, minister says

NewsHealth & Safety

December 30, 2021
Toronto preparing to redeploy hundreds of staff amid COVID-19 surge

NewsDiversity & InclusionHR News

December 30, 2021
Statistics show the ‘she-cession’ is over, but experts say not so fast

NewsLegislationWorking Remotely

December 30, 2021
Pandemic puts ‘right to disconnect’ in spotlight as provinces inch toward policies

NewsEmployee Vacation

December 22, 2021
‘Time-off tax’ decreases as more Canadians take vacation time: survey

NewsSexual Harassment

December 22, 2021
Military faces fresh calls for end of ‘duty to report’ for sexual misconduct

NewsChild/Elder CarePolitics

December 22, 2021
Liberals, Tories co-operate on extending leave for grieving parents

NewsHealth & SafetyWorking Remotely

December 21, 2021
Quebec brings back tough health measures as COVID-19 cases soar

NewsImmigration

December 20, 2021
Federal program aimed at bringing skilled workers to Atlantic Canada made permanent

NewsLegislationSexual Harassment

December 20, 2021
Amendments to Saskatchewan Employment Act come into force Jan. 1

NewsOff-Duty ConductSexual Harassment

December 16, 2021
Ousted McDonald’s CEO returns $105 million after misconduct

NewsHealth & Safety

December 16, 2021
You might want to consider postponing that international business trip, says Ottawa

NewsEconomyHealth & Safety

December 15, 2021
‘We are in for the long haul’: Canadians experience fatigue amid fourth wave

NewsHealth & SafetyLegislationPolitics

December 14, 2021
Government open to amending paid sick leave bill it wants passed by week’s end

NewsBullyingCulturePoliticsSexual Harassment

December 14, 2021
Ottawa delivers long-awaited apology to victims of military sex misconduct

NewsImmigration

December 14, 2021
Ontario to accept 100 immigrants after each invests $200,000 in local companies

NewsRecruitment

December 13, 2021
Newfoundland critics warn of doctor shortage amid P.E.I. recruitment campaign

NewsGlobal HR NewsHealth & Safety

December 10, 2021
U.S. companies rethink return-to-office plans amid Omicron cases

NewsGig Economy

December 10, 2021
Give gig workers more rights, transparency, benefits, Ontario committee recommends

NewsDiversity & InclusionSexual Harassment

December 10, 2021
NHL enhancing employee training after Blackhawks abuse case

NewsGlobal HR NewsLabour Relations

December 10, 2021
In a first, Starbucks workers agree to union in Buffalo, N.Y.

NewsEconomy

December 9, 2021
Canadian business owners upbeat for 2022 with sales, investments to rebound: survey

NewsCompensation

December 9, 2021
Small, medium-sized businesses gave women smaller raises than men in 2021: survey

NewsCulture

December 9, 2021
President of University of Prince Edward Island resigns amid misconduct allegations

NewsSexual Harassment

December 9, 2021
Military’s former head of HR charged with sexual assault, indecent acts

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