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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Three-quarters of young workers willing to jump ship for better benefits

'Knock-on impacts of tightening labour market have flexible and tailored employer-provided benefits desired by many'

Three-quarters of young workers willing to jump ship for better benefits

P.E.I. provides inflationary support payments

Government cites global pandemic, 'significantly high' inflation

P.E.I. provides inflationary support payments

3 in 4 workers back to pre-pandemic routines

How many are given the option to work from home?

3 in 4 workers back to pre-pandemic routines

HR jobs for the week of July 4

A look at a range of positions available across the country

HR jobs for the week of July 4

CEOs deliver 'increasingly dire' economic outlooks

What are the top factors influencing leaders' pessimistic forecasts?

CEOs deliver 'increasingly dire' economic outlooks

Feds announce start date for 10-day paid sick leave

Minister of Labour provides details on amendments to Canada Labour Code

Feds announce start date for 10-day paid sick leave

'Inflated titles' create challenges for employers

'Recruiters have to get better at asking specific, targeted questions around experience, scope, influence'

'Inflated titles' create challenges for employers

What's HR's top priority for 2023?

'It is crucial to have an in-depth understanding of what is important to employees'

What's HR's top priority for 2023?

P.E.I. looks for feedback on changes to workers' comp

Enhancements 'particularly important in current economic environment'

P.E.I. looks for feedback on changes to workers' comp

Majority of execs confident culture can survive in hybrid setup

But employee interactions have shifted to problem-solving and away from socializing

Majority of execs confident culture can survive in hybrid setup