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Mehreen Shahid
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Damnit Nathan!
Alison hates PR and then Nathan teaches us PR, therefore Alison must hate Nathan. I learned from Andrew that I should give my editor what they want, when they want and how they want. I learned that Cheryl's daughter is crazy about mermaids. I learned that s...
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Payroll solutions for multinationals
Dayforce Connected Pay enables multinationals to manage payrolls for
global employees using a cloud-based system. Ceridian Canada’s recent launch of
the global payroll processing solution gives employers complete control of
employee data and informs them of...
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Lack of information on foreign worker roles muddies economic impact calculation
Canada’s budget
watchdog doesn’t know how 154,000 foreign workers contribute to the economy due
to lack of information. David Ball in
his recent article for Tyee reports
on how the Parliamentary Budget Officer Jean-Denis Fréchette claims that the government...
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Worker health and safety should be top priority for employers
[ View the story "Healthy workers make healthy workplaces" on Storify ]
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Defying the norms of a nine-to-five job
Canadian women aged between 25 and 35 have contributed largely to expansion in entrepreneurship in the last year, according to the latest labour-force survey by
Statistics Canada. Barbara Bowes,
an entrepreneur, in her article in the Winnipeg Free Press wri...
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Failed talks between government and Canadian Pacific workers freeze service in tracks.
Canadian Pacific services across the country will suffer as it will be operating without more than 3,000 members after Teamsters went on strike following failed contract negotiations. According to a CBC article , the labour union, Teamsters Canada Rail Conf...
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Bosses can dock pays for snow days
Next time you take a snow day, keep in mind your boss can dock your pay for missing work because of bad weather. Employment lawyer, Richard Johnson of Kent Employment Law, told Human Resource Management Online ’s Nicola Middlemiss, that employers are only o...
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