Closing the Gender Wage Gap in Ontario

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The gender wage gap – the difference between wages earned by women compared to wages earned by men for similar work – is very real in the province of Ontario. Statistics Canada reports that female workers within the province, on average, earn 26 percent less than men in equivalent positions. In other words, women earn… Read more »

2016 Was a Tough Year for Workplace Safety in Ontario | 5 Takeaways for Your Business

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From fines for failure to pay, to on the job injuries and even workplace fatalities, Ontario businesses faced high fines and employees faced workplace accidents in 2016. While workplace injuries and accidents can cost your business hundreds of thousands of dollars annually in workers’ compensation claims and fines, the real cost is to employees who… Read more »

Ontario Top Job Opportunity: Traffic Controller

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Ontario businesses need traffic controllers. Despite instability in some areas of the job market, forklift operators remain in demand. A quick search of our job board and you’ll find traffic controller and other forklift positions that offer variety to help you find your dream job. Want to work full time? Prefer part time? Just looking… Read more »

Protect Your Business from “Free Labour” Pitfalls

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Now that high schools and post-secondary students are back in the classroom, many Ontario employers are keeping an eye out for student interns or other co-op students to join their ranks. Internships and co-ops can often be mutually beneficial for both student and employer by: helping the student in gaining that all-important on-the-job experience; and… Read more »