Over the course of the next 15 years, as Baby Boomers reach retirement age, more and more companies will be competing fiercely for Generation Y's.
Canada needs to boost its manufacturing sector to make up for jobs that will be lost in oil refining.
A new survey suggests fewer Canadians are living from paycheque to paycheque, and more are putting money aside for a rainy day or retirement.
A new Labour Day survey suggests Canadians are more optimistic this year about their job security as well as hiring and growth prospects at their companies — and many expect a raise.
Drought conditions have resulted in a dire environment for the North American corn and grain crops, and widespread repercussions are already apparent in economic data releases.
Cnooc Ltd. $15.1 billion cash takeover bid for Nexen Inc. signals a Canadian shift toward China and away from the U.S. as the nation's traditional oil and natural-gas partner and main export market.
Job News Headlines
The theme of Mr. Macklem's Winnipeg speech was the labour market. He said the Bank of Canada's commitment to an inflation target helped create the economic conditions that allowed Canada to not only replace the 430,000 jobs lost in the recession, but add another 339,000 since.
Employer News Headlines
Getting the most out of a multi-generational workforce
The need to recognize multigenerational needs is more pressing than ever, as workplaces are having to manage workforces that can cross as many as four generations.
Education News Headlines
Should I pursue an MBA or get more work experience?
Experience trumps education because employers don't want to pay for time to train new hires on the job, especially if they can hire someone who can hit the ground running.
Economic Trend News Headlines
Weekly paycheques getting bigger at a faster pace
The average weekly paycheque of a salaried Canadian worker was $907.19 in August, a slight increase from the previous month's level but 3.6 per cent higher than the same month a year earlier.
Policy News Headlines
Ottawa makes more room in immigration quota for fast-growing class
The Canadian Experience Class, launched only a few years ago, represents the future of Canada's immigration system under the Harper government – where Ottawa places a hard-nosed emphasis on attracting the best and brightest skilled workers.