Polls point to an unprecedented wave of resignations after the pandemic. Will these workers finish their career renewal project or is it just a bluff? Analysis.
And it is not just anyone who says it: the Clive Wilkinson Architects firm has largely popularized them!
Half of Canadian Employees Ready to Leave Their Business if Current Work Flexibility is not Maintained
What will be the future of work? A new study, this time signed by EY, tries to provide some answers. Here are the highlights.
If companies unanimously said “yes” to pandemic telework, it is not because they spontaneously discovered the virtues of working remotely… but because they wanted to do their part to fight the virus – by following public health guidelines.
It is now or never for employers to boost their career page, in order to present their company in the best light. Here are 3 suggestions to improve the candidate experience on your website.
Exit, Millennials. Too “cheugy”, semi-outdated… like. For employers in labour shortages, it is now the time to woo the next generation, the “Z”.
The new Axios site: the TikTok application is currently developing a job posting platform for employers.
The pandemic has disrupted the working world with massive layoffs and a radical change in the terms of engagement.
A recent study by ADP Canada and Angus Reid reveals that many Canadian workers are paying a “COVID tax”, corresponding to the number of overtime hours worked since the beginning of the pandemic.
The meaning that a person gives to his or her work is intimate; it depends on his or her history, personality, values and perceptions. As intimate as it is, managers must deal with this concept on a day-to-day basis as they try to mobilize their troops.