John Dujay

John Dujay

John Dujay 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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Healthcare workers could suffer from ‘moral injuries’

Guide takes preventative approach to support providers on front lines

Healthcare workers could suffer from ‘moral injuries’

Software helps with return-to-work decisions

‘It’s integrating perception data with operational data’

Software helps with return-to-work decisions

Employer support makes a difference with mental health: Survey

‘Many of the strongest employers have started to pay more attention to the mental health impact of the pandemic as they were infection management and health and safety concerns’

Employer support makes a difference with mental health: Survey

6 key questions on facilitating a safe return to work

Is public transit part of workplace safety? Can workers refuse business travel?

6 key questions on facilitating a safe return to work

Employers beware: Pandemic no excuse to 'clean house'

In recalling laid-off workers, employers will want to avoid constructive dismissal claims

Employers beware: Pandemic no excuse to 'clean house'

Benefits claims won’t surge after COVID-19: Broker

But LTD, STD costs may rise along with mental health

Benefits claims won’t surge after COVID-19: Broker

8 legal considerations around work from home

‘There’s going to be a general understanding that everybody is taking exceptional measures during this exceptional time’

8 legal considerations around work from home

Pharmacogenomics see promising results in new study

‘For plan sponsors, getting somebody on the right medication quickly is much more cost-effective’

Pharmacogenomics see promising results in new study

Consult with workers on fit-for-work assessments: Expert

‘It’s not just about the physical component of going to work, it’s also about the psychological health and safety so that people feel comfortable’

Consult with workers on fit-for-work assessments: Expert

Cost savings, staffing advantages to 'distributed workplaces'

'Some people are wired better for remote work than others'

Cost savings, staffing advantages to 'distributed workplaces'