The working life expectancy of Canadians has been increasing for more than 10 years. This new indicator was identified by Statistics Canada using the data gathered in its Labour Force Survey, via a method similar to calculating a population’s life expectancy.
A survey shows that a good work atmosphere is even more important to Canadians than salary and job security when seeking an employer. Taking stock of what drives talented professionals, from quality relationships to flexibility of obligations.
Low unemployment, strong job growth across all sectors, growing productivity—the Canadian Prairies, led by Alberta, are ahead of the entire North American continent with respect to the competitiveness of their labour market. Taking stock of these new rankings.
Do you frequently visit your doctor? According to a recent study published by Concordia University, workplace stress results in increased visits to health care professionals. A closer look at the connection between prescriptions, the workplace and this 21st century ailment.