The research released today indicates that experience and education – once crucial to many positions – are becoming less important amid labour shortages.
“Our workforce has changed,” says expert. “Many companies are coming out of COVID with new projects, new initiatives, new programs that are driving their business and don’t see what they’re working…
‘There’s no expiry date on productivity': Ageism keeps many companies from benefiting from older workers
More Canadians than ever before are working past the traditional retirement age of 65, either because they want to or they have to.