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Alberta’s biggest union will enter its largest ever round of talks in 2017, when up to 75,000 of its members will be in collective bargaining.
Starbucks Canada has increased the allowance available to employees through its benefits plan and is calling on other companies to do the same.
The association announced yesterday that it, and the eight provincial associations that make up the national body, are aligning under a new name and designation.
A production firm owned by the industry giant came under fire after Hollywood star Harrison Ford was crushed beneath a hydraulic door.
The man was found guilty of possessing stolen goods but a B.C. arbitrator has ruled his dismissal unjust.
A recent workplace investigation found Sarnia mayor Mike Bradley bullied and harassed at least four complainants.
The firm has become the subject of a lawsuit after one 69-year-old employee alleged he was the victim of age discrimination.
Owning up when things have gone awry can serve as a valuable lesson to employees, says one leadership expert.
Justin Trudeau announced yesterday that all nine participating provinces have agreed to move forward with the plan.
The government has ramped up efforts to help civil servants lose weight, handing out airline tickets and cash prizes to committed employees.