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Benefits gaps survey indicates employees expect more: HR and Payroll Management

Employee health benefits are an essential tool for attracting and retaining talent — especially in the highly competitive current environment. Benefits always play a significant role in keeping and attracting new talent — but its significance is more important today, with the trend towards what has been called the “Great …

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“Head of Remote”: why companies are rushing to hire “remote managers” in this competitive employee-driven market

In today’s business climate, more and more employers offer remote work options to their employees. While this can be a great perk for employees, it can also present some challenges for employers. One of the biggest challenges is to adapt their management style to accommodate this new reality — especially …

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HR Management — Inevitable Conflicts Over Masks in the Workplace: What To Do

Currently, masks are optional for much of Canada, as provinces ease their mask restrictions — and up to 90% of the United States according to CDC. Even Ontario has lifted mask mandates in most public areas, with some notable exceptions  [See Appendix 1 and 2 below.] Most workplaces — with …

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Majority of Canadian Workers Thinking About Switching Jobs: Survey and “the Great Resignation”

A new survey has revealed that a majority of workers across the country are thinking about switching jobs. The survey, which was commissioned by Allstate Canada and conducted by Leger, found that 55% of workers had seriously thought about looking for a new job in the past six months. Among …

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Employers Expected to Boost Salary Budget 3.4% in 2022: Survey

After nearly two years of enduring a pandemic-induced wage freeze, many employees across Canada can finally look forward to a salary bump in the months ahead. That is the indication of a new survey by Canadian consulting firm Normandin Beaudry, which found that in 2022 employers plan on increasing their …

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Employees Who Suffer “Moral Injuries” at Work are Getting Sick and Heading Out

Employers searching for strategies, tactics, policies, procedures, programs — basically, anything to keep from losing their top talent during the so-called Turnover Tsunami (also referred to as The Great Resignation) — do not necessarily need to invest in leading-edge technologies and systems, or dial-up salaries and perks. Instead, they can …

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CRA Provides Updated Guidance for Employees Deducting Work-from-Home Expenses in 2021 & 2022

As tax season approaches, employees are starting to shift their attention toward what will ideally be a sizeable refund, or at worst a minimal tax bill. Employers can help by ensuring that their employees are aware of the CRA’s updated guidance for deducting work-from-home expenses in 2021 and 2022.   …

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Survey: 43% of Canadian Office Workers Say They’ll Quit Rather than Return to the Office Full-Time

It could be the constantly-malfunctioning printer. It could be the excess of TPS reports. It could even be an aversion to people who go around saying “sounds like someone has a case of the Mondays!” Regardless of the triggers, a new survey has found that about two in five (43%) …

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Essential Email Etiquette Tips: “Put Your Hands in the Air and Slowly Step Away from the Keyboard”

If you suspect that email conversations have become nastier since the pandemic erupted, then guess what: you’re right. A study published in the Journal of Occupational Health Psychology confirmed that all digital communications have become notably more hostile in tone since the spring of 2020. And even when emails are …

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