Canadians are on the edge of a new world of work

Jean McClellan, National Consulting People & Organization Leader with PwC Canada, talks about the need for flexible work arrangements and digital transformation in the workforce

It's Your Business with Mario Toneguzzi: Jean McClellan, National Consulting People & Organization Leader with PwC Canada, talks about the need for flexible work arrangements and digital transformation in the workforce. Click on the icon below to Subscribe to our YouTube Channel

Taking care of business when you find yourself out of a job

On this episode of Cat's Tracks, Catherine Brownlee interviews Mario Toneguzzi, VP of Content and Strategy for MegaPixx Media, on being laid off and moving on in your professional career

On this episode of Cat's Tracks, Catherine Brownlee interviews Mario Toneguzzi, VP of Content and Strategy for MegaPixx Media, on being laid off and moving on in your professional career. Click on the icon below to Subscribe to our YouTube Channel

Employers worried about losing top performers

"The pandemic has caused organizations to shift into high gear, and many employees have taken on heavier workloads."

Employers worried about losing top performersNew research from global staffing firm Robert Half indicates employers are increasingly concerned about losing their top performers. The company said a majority of senior managers surveyed (82 per cent) said they are worried about their company's ability to retain valued staff, with 34 per cent being very worried. Of those respondents, 41 per cent…

Number of employees in Alberta tumbles from last year

Average weekly earnings in Alberta fell by 3.6 per cent in June to $1,205.07 but on an annual basis they were up by 3.5 per cent

Number of employees in Alberta tumbles from last yearData released Thursday by Statistics Canada indicates the number of employees in Alberta has fallen by close to 350,000 from a year ago. The report said the province was down 348,900 positions in June from June 2019, representing a decline of 17.3 per cent. However, from May to June, it increased by 62,300 or 3.9…
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