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HR Management 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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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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