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Top 15 jobs for 2023 include HR managers, mechanical engineers: Randstad Canada

HR manager made the cut, with a salary range of $75,000 to $156,000, based on the level.

CRA, union battle over remote work as employer files unfair labour practices complaint

Union leading is vowing to shut the agency down 'when it hurts,' with a strike during the busy tax season.

As federal workers return to the office, some decry lack of direction, long commutes

Purpose of hybrid work model is to increase collaboration among colleagues, says Treasury Board president.

Employer medical benefit costs expected to jump 7.5 per cent in 2023: Aon

Top medical conditions in Canada include autoimmune disease, diabetes and mental health.

RBC Dominion Securities facing $800 million class-action suit over unpaid vacation, holiday pay on commissions

Lawsuit alleges company violated various employment standards acts by failing to pay vacation, public holiday pay to commissioned employees such as investment advisors, associates and assistants.


Ontario Employment Standards Act: Quick Reference, 2023 Edition

The Employment Standards Act, 2000 (ESA, 2000) sets out the rights and responsibilities of employers and employees in Ontario workplaces. The standards outlined in the ESA, 2000 represent the minimum standards that employers must provide to their employees. The Ontario Employment Standards Act: Quick Reference focuses on the key obligations for employers under this broad piece of legislation.

This new edition includes information about major employment standards developments over the past 12 months, plus expanded sections. » Order your copy today!

B.C. tribunal orders woman to repay employer for 'time theft' while working at home

Accountant on the hook for more than $2,600 after tracking software showed 50-hour discrepancy. » Read More...

Uber public policy head wants Ontario to move 'faster and further' on gig economy

But minister says "nothing is preventing large corporations from providing their workers with higher pay, vacation time, or other protections, tomorrow, if they chose to do it." » Read More...

DHS policy protects migrant workers in U.S. labour investigations

Migrant workers who witness or are victims of workplace labour violations can apply for protection from deportation. » Read More...

Appeals court rules against vaccine mandate in 3 states

Ruling affirms lower court decision that mandate for workers who contract with the federal government was unconstitutional. » Read More...

French PM to unveil pension changes that upset many workers

Minimum retirement age to be entitled to a full pension is expected to be gradually increased from 62 to 64 or 65. » Read More...


How to diversify your workforce talent pools with intention - and maximize results

If you feel like there are fewer workers to be found these days, rest assured, you are correct, writes Julie Davis of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers. » Read More...

How pay transparency may affect your job search or raise

Knowing if you're being paid fairly for the work you do is a mystery shrouded in a lack of information. That may be changing, though, and pay transparency may be the catalyst, writes Nerdwallet's Hal M. Bundrick. » Read More...


CPHR BC & Yukon HR Conference and Expo

Location: Vancouver, B.C.
Date: May 2-3, 2023
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