Unhappy workers need a career check-up

Seventeen per cent of Canadians report that they dread going to work each morning
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|hrreporter.com|Last Updated: 09/19/2005

Labour Day marks the unofficial end of summer and a return to full-time work for most Canadians.

With nearly one in five employees reporting that they dread going to work each day, Labour Day also serves as a reminder for people to do a career check-up, said the president of Workopolis.com.

“Too many Canadians get caught up in the daily routine of going to work without analyzing their job progress or closely managing their careers,” said Patrick Sullivan. “Canadians should take the time to evaluate their current job and how well their career goals and needs are being met.”