Majority of Companies Offering Premiums to Pay During COVID-19 Crisis: Survey

As the state of COVID-19 continues to progress, Canadian companies (about 86%), especially essential and front-line employees, must still go to work...

A Story from The Trenches

The world of social work thrives in spite of the perpetual state of upheaval. Operational norms wax and wane according to budget...

What I Think: Follow the Leader?

It was Rob Elkington, President and CEO of Global leadership Initiatives Inc., who inspired me to shift perspective. He was talking about...

Morneau Shepell Exiting Benefits Consulting Business

Morneau Shepell Inc. is exiting the benefits consulting business. HUB International (HUB), a global insurance broker providing property and casualty, life and health,...

Say “Thanks”

Employers Value Thank You’s From Job Seekers Gratitude can go a long way in the job search, a recent...

CARP to PM: We Want Better Performing Health Care

The Canadian Association of Retired Persons (CARP), Canada's largest advocacy association for older Canadians, will no longer accept Canada’s continuing underperformance in health care as...

My Life With Multiple Sclerosis

Six years ago, I was just like every other Millennial struggling to make a name for myself. Then, one hot August afternoon,...

Canadian Labour Ministers Commit to Work on Workplace Issues

Federal, provincial and territorial ministers responsible for labour met on February 6th in Fredericton, New Brunswick, to discuss important workplace issues. These included next steps...

You Can’t Spell Action Without “Act”

A new Act, Bill C-81, aims to reduce and eliminate disability barriers in Canada Did you know that 6.2...

Labour debates are brewing

There are labour debates taking place within the country that we need to keep an eye on. Both in Ontario and Alberta, discussions (and...