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October 18, 2021
Employers willing to pay more, employees willing to look for new jobs: Bank of Canada

CompensationNewsPolitics

October 14, 2021
Appeals court rules Manitoba had the right to impose wage freeze on public sector

CompensationNewsEconomyGlobal HR NewsPolitics

September 30, 2021
U.K. families see hard times ahead as COVID-19 programs end

CompensationNewsLabour Relations

September 29, 2021
Quebec nurses pan government’s bonus offer, say real issue is mandatory overtime

CompensationNewsLabour RelationsRecruitment

September 28, 2021
N.B. nursing home unions seek $4-an-hour wage hike to address labour shortages

CompensationNews

September 24, 2021
Saskatchewan minimum wage will rise to $11.81, effective Oct. 1

CompensationColumns/BlogsFeaturesMental HealthRecruitment

September 24, 2021
Worker shortage? Lack of decent work? What’s really vexing Canadian restaurants

CompensationNewsRecruitmentRetention

September 24, 2021
Canada’s tight labour market makes right now a perfect time to ask for a raise

CompensationFeaturesDiversity & InclusionLearning & DevelopmentPolitics

September 22, 2021
Workplace approach to Sept. 30 holiday should be educational and enduring, experts say

CompensationNewsGlobal HR News

September 22, 2021
2.7 million European Union workers can’t afford to heat homes: Study

CompensationNewsWorking Remotely

September 17, 2021
Survey: Work-life balance outweighs salary as top work perk for Canadians

CompensationNews

September 17, 2021
War for talent heats up as salaries set to increase at fastest pace in 5 years: LifeWorks

CompensationNewsLabour RelationsPolitics

September 9, 2021
Alberta backs off demand for nurse pay cuts in latest round of collective bargaining

CompensationNewsHealth & Safety

September 1, 2021
Ontario extending three-day pandemic sick leave program to end of 2021

CompensationFeaturesDiversity & InclusionLegislation

August 31, 2021
Pay Equity Act ushers in attitude change at federal workplaces

CompensationFeaturesRecruitmentRetention

August 25, 2021
Low wages, instability to blame for labour shortage: workers

CompensationNews

August 23, 2021
Ontario extends pay increase for personal support workers until Oct. 31

CompensationNewsGlobal HR NewsRecruitment

August 5, 2021
$15 wage becoming a norm as U.S. employers struggle to fill jobs

CompensationFeaturesEconomyPolitics

August 3, 2021
Liberals extend COVID-19 aid programs to October

CompensationNewsDiversity & Inclusion

July 12, 2021
Montreal blue-collar workers allege systemic racism on the job, seek compensation 

CompensationNewsEmployee Experience

July 8, 2021
Engineering company to contribute $20K per employee to buy first homes

CompensationNewsHR Technology

July 8, 2021
Ceridian launches on-demand payroll solution

CompensationNewsLegislation

July 7, 2021
Pay equity law helping to close gender wage gap to come into effect Aug. 31

CompensationNewsPolitics

July 7, 2021
Alberta finance minister, health provider want to cut pay to nurses

CompensationNews

July 6, 2021
Ontario premier commits to keeping pandemic pay bump for PSWs, but no detailed plan

CompensationNews

June 24, 2021
BlackBerry shareholders give tepid support to executive compensation program

CompensationColumns/BlogsFeaturesLegalTerminations/Wrongful Dismissal

June 18, 2021
Making severance settlements stick

CompensationNews

June 18, 2021
Commons committee calls for reshaping of EI to cover gig workers, self-employed

CompensationNews

June 7, 2021
Air Canada says senior executives to voluntarily return 2020 bonuses

CompensationNews

June 4, 2021
Saskatchewan minimum wage to rise in October

CompensationNewsPolitics

June 2, 2021
P.E.I. senator looks to amend budget bill to deal with issue of EI zones on island

CompensationNews

June 1, 2021
B.C. minimum wage jumps to $15.20 – highest in Canada

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