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“Great Retirement” may compound the “Great Resignation” as record numbers of employees approach retirement age

“The Great Resignation”  brought many challenges to employers and HR managers alike — and HR Management and recruiting issue compounded by the record numbers of people approaching retirement age. Now, HR Managers now must cope with the “The Great Retirement” as well, with the largest approaching retirement demographic in history. …

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Employer and the law: can you mandate vaccinations for your employees? In 10 out of 12 cases, the ruling was — yes.

The Covid-19 pandemic has led to many changes in Canada, including new mandatory vaccinations for employees. Many employers now require their staff to be vaccinated against the virus or face repercussions. This raises many questions about whether or not this is legal and what the consequences could be for those …

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HR Recruitment: The top 10 most in-demand jobs in Canada in 2022

After a rocky COVID-19 pandemic, the Canadian job market will heat up again. The unemployment rate among immigrants is at an all-time low, and plenty of positions are waiting to be filled. [1] Some jobs, such as general laborer, truck driver, and administrative roles, remain in high demand due to …

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Retaining employees: employers increasing salaries to close the wage gap and remain competitive

Employers increasing salaries to close the wage gap and remain competitive As the global pandemic seems to be easing, companies are focusing on getting back to business as usual. But when it comes to retaining talent and attracting new, highly qualified candidates, they are finding that they face tough competition. …

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HR Management: What to do if an employee refuses to return to the office

COVID-19 mandates are easing around the globe as the world tentatively stops holding its breath. Employers across industries are considering calling their teams back into the physical office space. However, many employees are reluctant or even refuse to return which poses many potentially awkward situations for employers that are difficult …

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

Employers searching for strategies, tactics, policies, procedures, and 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 …

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Turnover Tsunami continues, survey: majority of Canadian workers thinking about switching jobs

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  new 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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The “Great Resignation” a.k.a “Turnover Tsunami” continues… on both sides of the border

The COVID-19 pandemic has seen many workers in Canada resign from their jobs. This trend is often referred to as “The Great Resignation.” According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the term was first coined in the United States after 4.5 million Americans quit their jobs in the year …

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