We're just over one month into 2021, and it’s already shaping up to be one of the most unusual - and perhaps most challenging - years on record for employers.
As we begin 2021, many continue to struggle with job insecurity caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
As you’ve probably heard, CERB has expired. For Canadians whose workplaces shut down, slowed down, or closed - CERB acted as a valuable lifeline.
Recruiting new employees is a daily practice for many companies while others may only search for new workers every few years.
Many top performing companies understand the importance of promoting a diverse and inclusive workplace.
As businesses continue ramping up operations, the demand for new and returning workers across Atlantic Canada has been steadily increasing.
As COVID-19 restrictions continue to ease across Atlantic Canada, there is an increased need for employees to return to work.
As COVID-19 restrictions are being lifted across the Atlantic Provinces, businesses are now challenged with reopening under new public health conditions.
As of June 8th, 2020 the federal government announced plans to introduce legislation penalizing those who have defrauded the CERB benefit.
As the local economy begins to reopen, employers face numerous human resources and logistical challenges.
The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically impacted employees.
As of May 15th, the federal government announced plans to extend the Canadian Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS) until the end of August.
We are truly facing an unprecedented situation. The COVID-19 pandemic is impacting all of our families, our businesses and our communities.