John Dujay

John Dujay

John Dujay is a news editor for Canadian HR 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. John writes stories for Canadian HR Reporter on a wide variety of workplace topics, including COVID-related workplace issues such as mental health and employee engagement.

In his spare time, you can find John hiking somewhere near Brighton, Ont. with his wife.

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Specialty drugs, mental health costs rising in benefit spending

What are some ways employers can reduce costs?

Specialty drugs, mental health costs rising in benefit spending

Financial wellness key to alleviate employee anxiety

High inflation, volatile markets and conflict in Ukraine among reasons people more stressed

Financial wellness key to alleviate employee anxiety

KPMG unveils metaverse platform for employees

'It's a different, richer experience than being in the two-dimensional box on a screen'

KPMG unveils metaverse platform for employees

The latest trends in employee recognition

'It's been encouraging that even in this time, with so many different challenges, people recognize the value of it'

The latest trends in employee recognition

Study raises concerns about popular psychosocial work survey

'It doesn't actually measure what it sets out to measure'

Study raises concerns about popular psychosocial work survey

Not taking stance on social issues could alienate candidates

Some employees decline job offers if wrong messages given

Not taking stance on social issues could alienate candidates

Why the business case for diversity can backfire

Study shows many employers are sending the wrong message

Why the business case for diversity can backfire

How to manage the multi-generational workplace

Understanding differing styles, communications preferences is key

How to manage the multi-generational workplace

Workers say they want 'meaningful' work, but what is that exactly?

'Can you imagine feeling happy, relaxed and satisfied when you believe that what you do has no meaning at all?'

Workers say they want 'meaningful' work, but what is that exactly?

Are ‘boomerang’ workers a good fix for the talent shortage?

'It's easy to onboard them, get them trained up quickly because they know the culture and how to reintegrate into it'

Are ‘boomerang’ workers a good fix for the talent shortage?