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Employers digging deeper on wage increases than first planned, average budget now 4.7 per cent: Survey

Wage budgets at Canadian employers continue to be fluid and are facing upward pressure, according to new data released by Normandin Beaudry.

Quebec basic income program begins, but advocates say many low income people excluded

Program aimed at 84,000 residents with "severely limited capacity for employment," such as chronic illness or a mental health condition.

Ontario job seekers increasingly looking for work in other provinces: Indeed

Trend is pronounced among those looking for jobs in remote-friendly sectors like tech.

Scotiabank's Allyship Summit celebrates, focuses workplace diversity and inclusion efforts

Program designed to be a “powerful way to talk about how we show up for employees, customers, communities," says Barb Mason, group head and CHRO at Scotiabank.

New Brunswick's minimum wage rising in April, will be highest in Atlantic Canada

Wage rising by $1 per hour to $14.75, the third time it has increased by a buck over the past 12 months.

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A recession won’t solve the labour shortage: The marathon for talent 

As Canadian businesses continue to face staffing challenges, some believe the expected impending recession to be the solution. That would be a mistake, writes Derek Dobson of CAAT Pension Plan. » Read More...

Transit union calls for national task force as violent attacks reach ‘crisis level’

“We’re seeing operator assaults, violence against transit workers, and now our riders at an alarming rate across this country," says John Di Nino of ATU. » Read More...

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Strikes, protests hit France in round 2 of pension battle

From tiny islands to major cities, demonstrators poured by the thousands into France's streets this week in the latest clash of wills with the government. » Read More...

U.S. wage growth slowed in the final quarter of 2022

Pay and benefits for America's workers grew at a healthy but more gradual pace in the final three months of 2022, a third straight slowdown. » Read More...

Wounded Fox correspondent Benjamin Hall to publish memoir

A Fox News Channel correspondent who was badly injured while covering the Russian invasion of Ukraine has a memoir coming out next month. » Read More...


How companies can improve the retention of employees returning from abroad

Multinational enterprises are currently facing a serious challenge. Workers returning from foreign assignments often leave their employer shortly after they return. Why is this happening and what can organizations do to prevent it? » Read More...

Why labour strife at universities should concern us all

In smaller cities and towns, universities are often among the largest employers in addition to serving as important community hubs. » Read More...


CPHR BC & Yukon HR Conference and Expo

Location: Vancouver, B.C.
Date: May 2-3, 2023
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CPHR Atlantic 2023 Annual Conference

June 19, 2023 | Halifax Convention Centre »