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Wage Increases Announced for 2018

Morneau Shepell published its Human Resources Trends in early August, which reveals that employers anticipate a wage increase of 2.3% on average for 2018. 2.3% wage increase on average for next year is a bit better than the 2.2% of this year. Employers are cautiously optimistic, with four times more counting on better financial results […]


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2016 retrospective: The Labour Market, Top 10 News

  2016 Retrospective: the top ten news of the labour market Banks – Major Canadian banks (CIBC, BMO, National Bank, Laurentian, Desjardins, etc.) all justified their cuts in personnel with their need to adapt to customers shifting towards digital platforms. Media – The media funding model is in crisis mode. Thus, media groups (TC Media, Rogers Media, […]


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Tomorrow’s job market: what can we expect?

Jobs will be the key to Canada’s economic recovery, according to Toronto’s C.D. Howe Institute. In a recent note published at the beginning of the month, the think-tank established findings and proposals urging Ottawa to act with regard to employment insurance, dissemination of information, education and inclusion policy. Finding a place on the job market […]


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Too much work is bad for your health

A recent study goes against the cliché that work and staying busy are good for you, showing that spending too many hours at work a day increases heart attack risk. Should Canadians, who work the fourth-longest hours in the world, be on the lookout for heart attacks? Yes, according to a University College London team […]


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