The professional priorities of Canadians are no longer the same, a recent survey has revealed. Career development, training and company reputation are now superseding the balance between work and private life. Some explanations.
People affected by mental problems face many challenges in working life. Worse, 90% of those who suffer from serious disorders have no access to employment. This is one of the findings from a recent Canadian study.
Two thirds of employers in Canada feel that employee skills development is inseparable from company strategy. But only three out of ten are ready to fund training them. Explanations.
Today, elderly people are still discriminated against due to their age in the professional sphere. This is the observation made by the “Second wind: the changing nature of retirement” study, conducted among 5230 Canadians.
There’s a bit of good news on the salary front. According to data compiled by the CRHA, compensation is projected to increase by 2.8% in 2011.