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Help Employees Who Forgo Vacation

Nearly 22% of employees in Canada cancelled or postponed vacation in the past year, mostly due to work obligations


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The Gender Gap

Equal pay for equal work. Seems fair, doesn't it? But if you're female in Canada, this basic principle often doesn't apply.


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Should You Offer Unlimited Vacation?

Offering unlimited paid vacation? It’s a benefit that some employers here have begun to provide. If you’re thinking of joining them, make sure you plan for it properly.


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Invisible Workplace Hazards

Did you know there are about 15.5 cases of work-related injuries per 1000 employed Canadians


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Canada's Minimum Wage Law and Trends: What Can Small Business Expect?

On average, Canadian minimum wages have risen 20 per cent in the past three years alone.


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Firing an Employee When They Have Cancer

In an era of social media exposure and expensive lawsuits by former employees, your response as an employer to cancer diagnoses can affect more than just the motivation of your employees.


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Canon Japan Lets Workers Leave Early to Make Babies

Innovators to the core, Canon Japan sends home employees early from corporate headquarters in Tokyo, twice a week, to help encourage a baby boomlet.


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Company Wellness Program Ideas

Here are some ideas for establishing worker wellness through nutrition, exercise, and workplace culture.


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Managing Staff Time Off

As companies get leaner and are forced to do more with less resources, squeezing the most productivity out of the workforce will be key.


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What Employers Can Do and What Employees Can Ask For

Many companies face the challenge of determining what wellness means to the organization and within its cultural environment.

 

Invisible Workplace Hazards

Did you know there are about 15.5 cases of work-related injuries per 1000 employed Canadians

The Gender Gap

Equal pay for equal work. Seems fair, doesn't it? But if you're female in Canada, this basic principle often doesn't apply.

Help Employees Who Forgo Vacation

Nearly 22% of employees in Canada cancelled or postponed vacation in the past year, mostly due to work obligations