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Federal
Employers Expect To Hire More Workers
Trade And Vocational School Enrolment Down
Federal Committee Discourages Longer Work Weeks
Permanent Layoffs In Canada Not Increasing
Technology Increases Turnover Despite Job Growth
Canadian High Tech Firms Face Skills Crunch
One In 20 Workers Moonlighting
Air Canada Promises To Hire More Aboriginals
Women Say Firefighters' Test Discriminatory
Save On Expenses
Canadians Want To Work More Paid Overtime
Union Membership Still Declining
Apprenticeship Programs Pay Off
Canadians Working Longer Hours, Upgrading Skills
Federal Security Guards Ratify Deal
CPP Changes Will Affect Women Most
Few Large Employers Have Executive Development Policy
Education Assessment Key To Training
Canada's "Extraordinary Growth" In Self-employment
Labour Demands Canada Take Action Against Sweatshops
Conference Board Urges Solutions To Youth Unemployment
CN Rail's Years Of Service Formula Is Discriminatory
Non-Unionized Workers To Earn 2.7% In 1998
Armed Forces Age Discrimination Complaints Turfed
Employers Honoured For Employment Equity
Retired Union Members Protest Pension Increases
EI Premiums Decline For 1998
Ottawa Proposes Changes To Canada Labour Code
1990 Grads Have Lower Unemployment
Tribunals To Hear Cases By Human Rights Commission
Women Must Advance Through Ranks
Not Hard To Find Employees To Fix Year 2000 Problem
One In Five Canadians Feels Overqualified For Job
Provinces Will Enforce Each Other's Court Rulings
Lack Of Management Skills Blamed For Bankruptcies
Computer Services Industry Wages Higher Than Average
Librarians Win Pay Equity Battle With Agency
Overtime Is Equivalent To Thousands Of Full-time Jobs
Workplace Violence Leads To Prevention Manual
Union Also Guilty Of Racism, Labour Congress States
RRSP Contributions Growing Phenomenally
Public Sector Employment, Wages Decline For Fourth Year
One In 10 Canadian Workers Have Non-Permanent Jobs
High-tech Specialists Leaving Canada For Greener Pastures
Manufacturers Predict Hiring Increases This Winter
Most Canadians Would Prefer Working For Self
New Council To Help Natives Find Jobs
C.P.P. Contribution Rates Increased
Still Too Many Jobless, Labour Congress Contends
Wages Expected To Outpace Inflation For Next 10 Years
Submissions Sought For Workplace Literacy Awards
1998 Budget Has Impact On Employers And Workers
Unions Will Bargain In 1998, Report Predicts
Accounting, Finance, IT Professionals Get Wage Hikes
Average Family Needs Two Wage Earners To Cover Expenses
Companies Achieve With Internet Recruiting
AECL, Union To Investigate Pay Inequity Claim
Unemployment Rate Falls To Second Lowest This Decade
Postal And Teachers' Strikes Lower Weekly Wages
Salaries In Canada Are Rising To Attract Top Performers
More Adults Going Back To School For Job Skills
CEOs Getting More Incentive Income
Canadian Women Not Slowing Down To Raise Children
Too Few Workplace Literacy Programs
Government To Monitor Technology Impacts On Workplace
Young People Are The Most Literate Canadians
Literacy Programs Urged For Canadian Workplace
Small Businesses Creating Jobs
High-tech Firms Attracted By Skilled Local Workforce
Young Grocery Workers Get Mentorship Training
Federal Government Investigates Grain Elevators
Tribunals To Hear Four Human Rights Complaints
Federation Scrapped
Human Rights Commission Gives Employers Failing Grade
Women's Wages Rise Slightly Faster Than Men's
Good Jobs Won't Lure Most Canadians To Move
Newfoundland, Quebec Reach Agreement On Workers
Part-time Work On The Rise
Arbitrator Directs Chrysler To Provide Same-Sex Benefits
Many Companies Expose Themselves To Ethical Risks
Disapproval Of Powerful People Having Sex With Coworkers
Feds Launch Study Of HR In Auto Retail
Bell Canada Union Appeals Decision On Pay Equity
Two Historic Court Decisions Advance Rights For Gays
Inflexible Work Schedules Lead To More Absences
Experts Predict Increase In Labour-Management Tension
New Hearing For Health Worker In Discrimination Case
Companies Honoured For Literacy Programs
Canadian Employees Have Average Literacy Skills
Factory Workers Fight For Lower Retirement Age
Hearing For N.S. Woman Fired For Mental Disability
Canadian Workers Eager To Follow Career Training
Most Canadians Face Bleak Retirement
Parliament Toughens Human Rights Act
Older Women Outpacing Men In Labour Force
CAW Rejects Demands For Long-term Contracts
Women With Kids More Likely To Be Working
Quebec, Newfoundland To Ban Smoking In Workplaces
Canadians Support Protecting Gay Rights
Apprenticeship Programs Boosted In MB, SK
RSIs "Major Health Problem," Report Says
Tribunals To Hear Discrimination Complaints
Royal Bank Brings In Olsten To Help With Recruiting
Birks Gets Into Hr Software Business
Monday To Friday, 9-To-5 Routine Less Of A Workplace Norm
Men More Likely To Move Out Of Low-paying Jobs
Employees Biggest Source Of Fraud
Employee Turnover Rate Steady For Last Two Decades
Many Canadians Use Computers At Home For Work
Employer Pays Woman Because of Learning Disability
Canadian Forces To Create Anti-sexual Harassment Training
Software Workers Pilot Project Extended
Small Business Payrolls Drop Over Two Years
B.C. Woman Was Sexually Harassed By Supervisor
Workers Often Exposed To Second-hand Smoke
Alberta, Nova Scotia WCB Cases Rise In 1997
Employers Don't Think Human Resource Strategies Important
High Tech Workers Indifferent To Their Jobs
Public Sector Employment Falls For Fourth Straight Year
Many Canadian Workers Don't Get Training They Need
VIA Improves Pension Benefits For CAW Members
Bank's Drug Testing Ruled Discriminatory
Canadian Airlines To Hire More Aboriginals
Fewer Canadians Have Employer-Sponsored Pensions
Guidebook Aimed At Improving Apprenticeship Training
Business Labour Productivity Best Since 1984
Pay Equity Ruling Could Affect Other Employers
Public Service Compensation Affected By Politics
Court Upholds Same-Sex Benefits
One in 20 Workers Earns Minimum Wage or Less
One in Four Workers Has Mismatched Literacy Skills
Gap Between Lowest and Highest Paid Continues
Human Rights Commission Bogged Down in Complaints
Executives Continue To Earn More Reward-Based Pay
Spouses of Temporary Foreign Skilled Workers May Work
Consider Hiring Youth To Boost Your Workforce
Unionization Among Women Doubled in Last 30 Years
Laying Off Middle Managers is Short-Sighted
Nearly Half of Canadians Want Own Business
Study of Labour Market Could Help Set Enrolment Targets
Public Sector Employment Falls In Second Quarter
Worker Resistance To Technology Hinders Some Firms
Canadians Generally Happy on the Job
Mounties Hope To Gain Right To Unionize
Non-Unionized Workers Can Expect Modest Wage Gains
Canada Must Develop Long-term HR Strategies To Survive
Employers Call For Reduced EI Premiums
Parents of Special Needs Children Face Workplace Pressure
Railway Reaches Deal To Hire More Aboriginals
Canadians Expect To Continue To "Work" After Retiring
Tribunals To Hear Human Rights Complaints
Jobs More Stable Now Than Since 1981
Business, Labour Must Work Together
Bell Pay Equity Ruling Could Impact Other Employers
Canada, U.S. Job Creation Differs Widely
"Brain Drain" Is Real and Costly
Rookie MP Appointed Federal Minister Portfolio
Feds Reach Tentative Deal with PSAC
Auditor General Chides Managers For Sole-Source Contracting
"Privatize" CPP or Face Losing Thousands of Jobs
Federal Agency Discriminated Based on Age
CN Layoffs Challenged by CAW Union
Paperworkers End Five-month Strike
Atomic Energy Workers Win Settlement
Workers Ratify Deal At Bell Canada Subsidiary
PSAC Administrative Workers Ratify Deal
Balance Must Be Found Over Use of Contingent Workers
Employers Must Do More to Promote Health
Human Rights Tribunal Quashes Pay Equity Complaint
Small Business Optomistic For 1999
New Canada Labour Code Amendments into Force
Bell Operators Fight Proposed Job Sell-off
Lack of Labour Market Data Hampers Software Industry
Workplace Stress, Depression Can Kill
PS Knowledge Workers Want to Quit
New Centre to Help Remove "Glass Ceiling" for Women
IT Groups are Taking Action on Skills Shortage
Family Businesses Face Leadership Crisis
Educated Workers Cost More Than Overtime
Casual Workers Cost More than Overtime
High Taxes Partly to Blame for Brain Drain
Women Still Not Enrolling in Engineering Programs
1998 Best Year in this Decade for Job Growth
Budget's Tax Relief not Enough to Stem Brain Drain
Don't Raise Minimum Wages, Institute Urges
Lack of Skilled Candidates Second-biggest Worry of CEOs
Military Misses Deadline to Integrate Women in Combat
Hiring Outlook Good for Second Quarter
Nearly 40,000 IT Vacancies will Occur by 2001
Canadian Firms will go Elsewhere if Brain Drain Continues
Labour Board Dissolves After Business Group Leave
Reduced Workweek Successful for Professionals
Workers Willing to Pay More Drug Benefits
Women Still Underrepresented in Boardrooms
Most Canadians Want to Retire to Own Homes
Employers Drag Pay Equity Through Courts
Migration Figures Disprove "Hysteria" Over Brain Drain
Feds Tax Employees For Relocation Benefits
IT Grads Willing to Move to U.S.
Steelworkers Challenge Employment Insurance Act
Recent Immigrants Well-equipped for Workforce
Widows Under Age of 35 Not Entitled to CPP Benefits
PSAC Technical Workers Ratify New Contract
Businesses Trying Hard to be Ethical
Unions, Management Must Bargain
Most Entrepeneurs Happy They Quit Work
Survey Shows Most CEOs Expect to Hire in Next Two Years
CPP Can't Survive 9.9% Contributions
Federal Departments Suffer Brain Drain of Scientists
Postal Workers Elect New Union President
CBC Technicians Win Raises in Deal that Ended Strike
Human Rights Tribunal to Examine Age Discrimination
Employee Benefit Accounting Standards to Cost Money
Canadian Trusteed Pension Funds Suffer
Air Canada Reaches Tentative Deal with Workers
Three Provinces Improve Access to Apprenticeships
Ontario to Put Up Barriers to Quebec Construction Workers
Most Canadians Object to Tough Union Stances
Focus on Transferable Skills
New Deal Ends Bell Canada Operator's Five-Week Strike
Bell's Pay Equity Hearing Must Proceed
Federal Government Appeals Pay Equity Ruling
Low-income Canadians Less Likely to Save for Retirement
Canadian Families Have Social "Bottom Line"
Be Good Corporate Citizens to Employees
Georgetti Takes Over CLC Helm from White
Languages Commissioner Scolds Federal Employees
New Science-Based Firms Emphasize Employee Training
Lives Outside Work Key to Worker Commitment
Ottawa Spends Money Helping Older Workers
Public Servants More Specialized and Older: Study
Employees the Biggest Source of Business Fraud
Fewer Canadians Work Standard Hours
Deal Allows Licenced Engineers to Move Within Canada
Self-Employed Mostly Work Alone
Air Transat Pilots, Engineers Join ALPHA
Canadians Feel Stressed in Balancing Home and Work Lives
More Canadians Earning Self-employed Income
Bell Operators' Pay Equity Complaint to be Given Full Hearing
Canadian Pacific Railway to Eliminate 1,000 Positions in Canada
Air Canada Flight Attendants Approve 3-year Deal
Brain Drain a Myth to Lower Taxes, Professors Claim
Stress, Age and Kids Lead to Higher Absence Rates: Statscan
Employers Should Help Parents with Child Care: Study
Graduates Go For High Pay in First Job
"Information Literacy" Key to Future, Grads Told
Reduce Payroll, Income Taxes, Businesses Urge
Mining, Logging, Construction, Farming are Most Dangerous Jobs
Feds Settle with Social Scientists
Studies Must Look at Non-permanent Migrants, Too
Canadian Telework Day is October 27
1995 Graduates Who Moved to U.S. Were Best in Class
Apprenticeship Registration Continues to Rise
Canada Faces Labour Shortage in a Decade: Report
Managers Must Help Employees Balance Work/Home Lives
Tribunals to Hear Several Human Rights Cases
Union Membership Remains Stable in Canada: Statscan
More Men are Working Past Age 65: Report
Consultants' Reports Conflict over CEO Compensation
Biotechnology Industry Studies HR Needs
Employees Value Work-Life Balance Over Pay, Job Growth
Firefighters' Fitness Test is Discriminatory, Supreme Court Rules
Tribunals to Hear Four Employee Human Rights Cases
Job Anxiety Falls to 10-year Low: Poll
Demand for Talent Pushes Salaries Higher Than Expected
Women Without Maternity Benefits Work Sooner
More Employers Help Workers Balance Lives
Work Stress Leads to Job Dissatisfaction
Government, Union to Study Correctional Officers
Internet Use Increasing for Small Businesses
Employment in the Public Sector Falls
Feds, Provinces to Create Health HR Strategy
Small Business Fears Losing Employees for One Year
Groups Lobby for National Day Care Program
Eight out of 10 Employees Satisfied with Workplace
MPs Support Steelworkers' Call for Workplace Equity
Employment Insurance Premiums to Drop
Federal Government Settles Pay Equity Dispute
Bell Operators Reject Pay Equity Offer
Doctors Report Burnout From On-call Work and Longer Hours
Performance Bonuses to Rise: Survey
Retail Wholesale Canada Union Merges With CAW
GM, Daimler-Chrysler Workers Ratify Agreements
Royal Aviation Workers Join CUPE
Salaries to Rise Higher than Inflation in 2000




 
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