In the spring of 2018, the Ontario Liberal government enacted the Pay Transparency Act, which was aimed at trying to address the still-prevalent gender wage gap. According to the Pay Equity Commission, a wage gap of 26% remains for full-time workers. This means that for every $1.00 a man makes, a woman earns 74¢. The
Things have certainly changed in Canada in the past 20 years, so we took a look back to 1999 to share 20 memorable events in honour of this very special occasion.
Imagine your elderly, ailing parent is living independently and coping, just. You drop by as often as you can (assuming you live in the same city) and wish you could do more, but work and daily commitments are pressing. You buy enough groceries for the week, making sure everything is… read more
Don’t think it won’t happen to your employees! Workplace bullying can happen to anyone. What are your responsibilities and duties by law?
“Why are you doing that?” “Because we’ve always done it that way.” If that is the answer you’re getting, it might be time to look at process improvement.
Is there a temporary downturn in business? Want to avoid layoffs? Learn about Work-Sharing, an adjustment program designed to help employers and employees while the business recovers.
Staff not motivated? Absenteeism up? Turnover becoming a problem? Need a solution? Here are some targeted ways you can re-engage employees.
A 360° assessment measures performance and provides specific feedback to the individual being assessed from multiple levels, including their manager, co-workers and subordinates. Our certified 360° Coaches provide feedback and assist in a development plan to improve an employees performance.
Pay Equity is a requirement on Ontario employers to ensure that male and female workers are paid equally for work of equal value. Is your Pay Equity Plan maintained and up-to-date?
It lies just beneath the surface. An atmosphere of higher stress, conflict and indifference and bullying. Learn about how to fix your toxic workplace.