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How to deal with office politics?

Gossip, rumours, flattery... The working world is often populated with intrigues that are acceptable. But whether a good thing or a bad thing, it is necessary to cope with them as they are frequent. This is what a survey conducted by the Robert Half firm revealed. 


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Job creation in 2012: better quality positions

The CIBC Canadian Employment Quality Index shows that during the first six months of 2012, the quality of the 155,000 jobs created improved. A trend which is not likely to be sustained over the next few quarters.


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71% of graduating candidates found a job after completing their studies

Canadian companies prefer graduates when recruiting, but do not consider them operational as soon as they start their job. This is what a recent survey found, conducted by the Bank of Montreal with 500 SMEs across the country.


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Why include training in the HR strategy ?

More than four in ten Canadian employers do not support the cost of continuing training for their employees. This is what a recent study by Robert Half Finance and Accounting found, conducted with 270 Financial Officers of companies with more than 20 employees.


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A new immigration system for skilled workers

Sectors in demand for manpower and shortage of qualified professionals ... The federal government plans to create solutions by reforming the immigration system, including the professional and skilled workers program. Details for explanation.


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Payroll and HR management – costs considerably underestimated

Judging by the study conducted by PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PWC) for ADP Canada, Canadian companies do not have a good view of their payroll and HR management expenses, especially due to hidden costs.


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The new communication tools – practical… but risky

Efficient and always accessible, mobile communication tools have taken a growing place in the workplace. Progress that is not without risk for confidential company data.


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Imaginet heads list of best Canadian employers

Queen’s School of Business has just released its 2012 list of the top 50 Best Small and Medium Employers in Canada. In first place: Imaginet, a Winnipeg-based firm specializing in the development of computer applications.


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Workers want work/life balance

What motivates Canadian employees at work ? An OfficeTeam poll identified work/life balance as the top contributor.


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Canadians still concerned about their pension plans

According to the latest National Bank Retirement Index survey, Canadians are concerned as the situation of defined benefit pension plans shows no improvement.


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More than eight out of ten employees want to change jobs

According to a survey by Right Management of more than 1,000 employees in Canada and the U.S., 84% of workers say they plan to look for new jobs in 2012.


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The scoop on professionals’ satisfaction

A global survey released on November 17 details how professionals feel about their futures. An overview of the current situation, which ranges from satisfaction and optimism to caution.


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