Jim Wilson

Jim Wilson

Jim is currently a writer for Canadian HR Reporter and Canadian Occupational Safety.

Jim is a professional writer with extensive experience in writing features, sports and business news, IT software manuals, and online advertisements for local and international clients in various industries. In his free time, he writes travel and sports content, goes to the gym, plays sports, and travels. He also spends a lot of time reading.

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How flexibility, equity and recognition can improve your total rewards package

New resource gives employers insights into retirement benefits, employee engagement

How flexibility, equity and recognition can improve your total rewards package

B.C. First Nation calls for removal of RCMP officer over 'racist' social media posts

Police force says 'non-conduct-related administrative process' underway involving officer

B.C. First Nation calls for removal of RCMP officer over 'racist' social media posts

What are the top people risks for employers in Canada?

'The top 10 risks for HR professionals are dominated by talent, leadership and workforce practice concerns, such as labour shortages'

What are the top people risks for employers in Canada?

Senate calls for end to employer-specific work permits

'The Temporary Foreign Worker Program is not working well for employers or workers'

Senate calls for end to employer-specific work permits

What is the role of CSR in employee engagement?

'CSR is not just helping the community, but it's helping your internal community of employees'

What is the role of CSR in employee engagement?

Should Canadian employers share the costs of return to office mandates?

Some employees want companies to cover expenses related to parking, clothing, toll roads, finds report

Should Canadian employers share the costs of return to office mandates?

Alberta ‘disastrously unprepared’ for wildfire season, says union

Lower compensation, benefits see many firefighters leaving province to work elsewhere

Alberta ‘disastrously unprepared’ for wildfire season, says union

King's counsel lawyer resigns after sending 'disturbing,' 'misogynistic' email

Lawyer refers to women as 'people with a vagina', raises 'issue of trans people' in invite to event

King's counsel lawyer resigns after sending 'disturbing,' 'misogynistic' email

B.C. Supreme Court upholds COVID vax mandate for healthcare workers

Orders 'balanced the risks posed by unvaccinated healthcare workers and the rights of those who eschewed the vaccine for religious reasons'

B.C. Supreme Court upholds COVID vax mandate for healthcare workers

B.C. hotel found guilty of labour code breach

Employer threatened, intimidated picketing workers, finds labour board

B.C. hotel found guilty of labour code breach