Today on the Eastern Ontario Business Journal Podcast, Phil Gaudreau speaks to experts who offer up valuable tools, programs and incentives for employers looking to hire.
That marks the lowest rate in at least two decades and comes even as the local economy's job-creation engine stalled last month.
“(Students) want to know who is hiring and for what roles and they’re looking for guidance and clarity because the hiring landscape is changing and evolving in real time,” says the manager of the…
The combination of a fiercely competitive job market and the still-rising cost of living will likely lead to more companies boosting employee pay this year, experts say.
"We need Canadians to be able to seize these opportunities and to have the tools, training and resources they need to thrive," Employment Minister Carla Qualtrough said.
StatsCan said employers were seeking to fill more than one million positions at the beginning of March, up 22.6 per cent from February and 60.5 per cent from the prior year.
Restaurants across the country are reducing hours and condensing menus as persistent staff shortages and spiking costs threaten to derail the industry's comeback from crushing pandemic restrictions.
Ottawa-Gatineau’s jobless rate held steady at 4.9 per cent in March as a surge in employment was offset by a big jump in the number of people hunting for work.
Meta founder Mark Zuckerberg's ambitious vision to create an immersive digital realm will be aided by thousands of Canadian hires and a new engineering hub in the country.
National unemployment numbers out today are just a hint at what is becoming a red-hot job market.