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CompensationNewsEconomy

January 20, 2022
Annual inflation rate hits 30-year high, upping pressure on Bank of Canada

CompensationNewsRecruitmentRetention

January 20, 2022
Iqaluit lab techs say they quit over long-standing issues, denied bonus

CompensationFeaturesHealth & Safety

January 17, 2022
Grocery workers call refusal to reinstate pandemic pay ‘insulting’

CompensationColumns/BlogsFeaturesHealth & SafetyLegal

January 13, 2022
Federal Court rules that mandatory vaccination policies do not ‘force’ employees to get vaccinated

CompensationNewsEconomyPolitics

January 12, 2022
Government extends repayment deadline to emergency business account to 2023

CompensationNewsHealth & Safety

January 6, 2022
Bring back hazard pay for supermarket workers facing extra risks: NDP MP

CompensationFeatures

January 5, 2022
Despite pandemic, top Canadian CEOs profited through 2020

CompensationNewsLegislation

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

CompensationNews

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

CompensationNewsHealth & Safety

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

CompensationFeaturesBenefits & PensionsPolitics

December 30, 2021
Why CPP premiums are getting a bigger bump than planned

CompensationNews

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

CompensationNewsHealth & Safety

December 7, 2021
Ontario government extends COVID-19 paid sick days until July 31

CompensationNewsRetention

December 6, 2021
Frozen salaries, stalled careers hint at 2022 retention crisis

CompensationNews

December 6, 2021
B.C. expands disaster financial assistance program after flooding, landslides

CompensationNewsRetentionSuccession Planning

December 6, 2021
Low wages, barriers to entry behind labour shortage in key trucking industry

CompensationNewsWorkforce StatisticsYoung Workers

December 6, 2021
Canada’s job numbers heat up, but wages barely budge for wait staff

CompensationNewsPolitics

December 2, 2021
Ontario gave $210M in COVID support to ineligible businesses: auditor general

CompensationFeaturesHealth & SafetyPolitics

November 25, 2021
Liberals introduce bill with targeted pandemic aid for businesses, workers

CompensationNewsHealth & SafetyPolitics

November 25, 2021
B.C.’s sick leave law will provide workers 5 paid days minimum starting Jan. 1

CompensationNewsGlobal HR News

November 25, 2021
Who’s a hero? Some U.S. states, cities still debating hazard pay

CompensationFeaturesEconomyPolitics

November 24, 2021
With pressure growing to act, Liberals reference inflation worries in throne speech

CompensationNewsPolitics

November 22, 2021
Feds waiving normal EI rules for British Columbians left jobless by extreme flooding

CompensationNewsPolitics

November 19, 2021
Air Canada withdraws from federal government aid deal as position improves

CompensationNewsEconomy

November 17, 2021
Metro warns of food cost increases as food manufacturers pass along higher costs

CompensationNews

November 15, 2021
Doctors lament overnight closure of Montreal hospital ER, dig into pockets to end it

CompensationNews

November 15, 2021
New report highlights case for minimum wage bump in New Brunswick

CompensationNewsBenefits & PensionsEconomy

November 11, 2021
Survey: Small businesses boost wages, extend employee perks to fill talent gap

CompensationNewsChild/Elder Care

November 5, 2021
Saskatchewan early childhood educators to receive wage increase

CompensationNewsFederal and Provincial BudgetsHealth & SafetyPolitics

November 5, 2021
Ontario boosts health spending, plans to phase out COVID-19 supports

CompensationNewsChild/Elder CareDiversity & Inclusion

November 2, 2021
Maternity leave program aims to close power, salary gaps for working mothers

CompensationNewsPolitics

November 2, 2021
Ontario to raise minimum wage to $15 an hour, effective Jan. 1

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