48% of Canadian Employers have Increased their Salary Budgets
Amidst the ongoing worker shortage, employers in Canada continue to invest in their pay increase budgets. Employers are doing this to adapt to Canada’s highly competitive job market. Darcy Clark, the senior principal for compensation at Normandin Beaudry, made this statement. About 48% of Canadian employers said they’re raising their salary budget this year. This […]
Canadians Get Financial Help from Philanthropists to Sponsor Refugees
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Jennifer Basu wanted to sponsor a refugee, but knew it would take several years to make it happen. She was happy to hear about money being donated for the cause, and within two months she was able to bring a refugee from the Middle East to Canada. Basu, along with a group of friends welcomed […]
Canadian Trucking Industry Benefits from South Asian Immigrants
Out of the nearly 181,000 truckers, two percent of them in the nation in 1996 were South Asian immigrants, and in 2016, 18 percent are from South Asia.
Toyota to Invest $1.4 Billion in Ontario Auto Manufacturing Plants
Toyota recently announced that they plan to invest nearly $1.4 billion in their manufacturing plants in Woodstock and Cambridge
The Best-Managed Businesses in Canada for 2018
Nobody should be surprised by the companies that made Canada’s 2018 Best Managed List. Finding the right employees is key to a company’s success
The Differences in Canadian and American Workplaces
Although Canada and the United States share one of the longest borders in the world, there are some big differences in lifestyles between the citizens of these countries, especially when it comes to the workplace.
Canada Currently Has the Highest Number of Unfilled Jobs Ever
Canada’s private sector currently has the highest number of vacant jobs ever due to a combination of a shortage of skilled workers and a growing economy