25,000 Quebec professional workers to go on strike

Government's salary increase offer appears to be a 'clumsy attempt to calm the choppy waters of the civil service,' says union president

‘It just feels so dated. It doesn't work for remote workplaces’: unionization in Canada

Digital agency head talks about unionizing her digital workforce in Canada

Live Nation increasing workers’ minimum wage

5,000 workers in Canada, US will benefit from wage top up

Ontario's proposal on salary ranges on job posts: 'It's really encouraging'

But more could be done, says president of group focused on helping women in STEM

Gen Z in the workforce: Strategies for engaging the next generation of talent

Judene Pretti, Director of the Work-Learn Institute at the University of Waterloo, talks Gen Z in the workforce

AI could be hitting wages, not jobs: report

New research finds tech-exposed occupations 'have slightly worse wage growth'

Unions criticize plans to bring 900 Korean workers for Ontario EV battery plant

Plan is 'a slap in the face to our workers and contractors'

What’s ‘just cause’? Getting it wrong is costing employers money

Employment contract mistakes are leading to 'significantly higher costs in damages': lawyer

Walmart launches AI tool for home-based workers

Tool will become a 'one-stop shop for associates to access information they need on demand'


The perks of being green: Linking your benefits to your ESG values


From empathetic leadership to EI – how safe your employees feel is linked to innovation

'We need to be thinking much further upstream and how we're going to be preventing burnout'


Which soft skill is most difficult to find during recruitment?