John Dujay

John Dujay

John is currently a news editor of the Canadian Labour Reporter. He has been contributing to the publication since 2016.

John is an experienced journalist who is proficient in social media and SEO principles. He has worked in digital journalism with various CMS programs and has written numerous news and features articles for a wide variety of new websites, magazines, and newspapers. He currently specializes in labor union news, collective agreements, and arbitrations. As well, John writes stories for Canadian HR Reporter on a wide variety of workplace topics. In his spare time, you can find John hiking (preferably in Rouge Park) with his wife and his dogs.

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Payroll can remit reconciliation payments later this year

End-of-February deadline with CRA's payment-on-filing initiative

Payroll can remit reconciliation payments later this year

Banning after-hours email may not be the best idea

Broad-based recommendations might be doing workers a disservice

Banning after-hours email may not be the best idea

Handling teams, other responsibilities toughest job for managers: survey

49 per cent have weekly one-on-one meetings

Handling teams, other responsibilities toughest job for managers: survey

Feds introduce proposed amendments to Employment Equity regulations

Despite delay of Pay Transparency Act, employers should prepare now: experts

Vacation shaming affects 50 per cent of workers: survey

‘Not everyone feels empowered to take their vacation time’

Vacation shaming affects 50 per cent of workers: survey

Almost 2 in 5 workers plan to 'workshop' this holiday season: survey

But 21 per cent admit it will harm productivity

Almost 2 in 5 workers plan to 'workshop' this holiday season: survey

Workers reluctant to speak up about mental health

Fears of stigma, repercussions holding people back: survey

Workers reluctant to speak up about mental health

Uber Freight rolls out in Canada

‘They’ll be in the same predicament as other employers in terms of finding those drivers’: expert

Uber Freight rolls out in Canada

Pensions preferred over higher pay

Employers take note: Eighty per cent of Canadians say they would rather have a pension plan instead of a higher salary

Pensions preferred over higher pay

Should people talk politics at work?

Google’s clampdown on ‘disruptive’ conversations and federal election put issue in spotlight

Should people talk politics at work?