Jhon is the HR Manager for On Demand Staffing.
Changes to Canada Labour Code meant to boost labour protections
'We need to use every tool in our toolbox to support employers who continue to face challenges in hiring the workers they need to grow'
Businesses and people who take advantage of vulnerable workers could face millions in fines
Every day, more and more Canadian workers are taking on gig work—casual work arrangements involving specific and often one-off tasks, frequently through digital platforms.
Every Canadian deserves a real and fair chance at success. Yet some Canadian workers still struggle financially while working part-time, temporary and low- or minimum-wage jobs.
Foreign credential recognition helps immigrants play role in filling the labour gap.
To help workplaces put this into practice, Lori offers the following eight suggestions.
The unemployment rate in Canada nudged up a tenth of a percentage point to 5.6 per cent as the economy added 30,300 net new jobs in February, Statistics Canada said Friday, beating expectations for growth amid concerns about the novel coronavirus outbreak.