Are You Prepared for the Minimum Wage Increase?

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As an Ontario employer, are you prepared for the increase in minimum wage, which takes effect October 1? Starting on that date, the general minimum wage throughout the province will rise from $11 an hour to $11.25 an hour. This is the result of recent changes to the Employment Standards Act of 2000, which ties… Read more »

How to Address Employment Gaps in Your Resume

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More people than you may think take time off from working at some point, for various reasons. If you’re one of them, the best way to explain employment gaps in your resume will depend on your specific situation – and what you did while you were unemployed. There’s nothing to be ashamed of or to… Read more »

3 Signs Your Employees are Burned Out

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Sometimes, it’s easy to spot employee burnout. Sometimes it’s not. Among the sufferers may be your best performers. Those who are typically on top of every task begin missing deadlines, showing up late – or not at all – to meetings, or turning in substandard work. In any worker, you may notice behavioral changes like… Read more »

Want Better Hiring Outcomes? Then Refine Your Hiring Needs

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An organized, strategic approach to hiring saves you time, money, and the headache of having to rehire when a candidate doesn’t work out. By clearly defining hiring needs – and then refining them as your business evolves – you will: