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 labour union news, collective agreements, and arbitrations. As well, 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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Helping leaders fight the 'great resignation'

'If you're an HR executive, managing up right now is really important, and being close and understanding and having patience'

Helping leaders fight the 'great resignation'

How to create an inclusive culture

HR expert to provide tips on DEI at upcoming engagement summit

How to create an inclusive culture

Why a pet-friendly policy makes sense

Many dog owners say they're flexible on salary in exchange for dog-friendly perks

Why a pet-friendly policy makes sense

6 key legal questions around hybrid workplaces

Are new employment contracts required? How should overtime be handled?

6 key legal questions around hybrid workplaces

How to boost the employee experience

'It's about creating an environment where people are more likely to succeed than fail'

How to boost the employee experience

Bridging the gap between workers, C-suite on return to work

'If you feel like you know what's going on and your executives are being transparent, you're more excited about staying'

Bridging the gap between workers, C-suite on return to work

Are all work interruptions bad?

'Individuals experiencing work-related interruptions tend to be more engaged at work'

Are all work interruptions bad?

Is HR trusted enough?

Survey finds workers concerned about privacy, impartiality, conflict management

Is HR trusted enough?

How to manage in the 'new normal'

Employers can no longer pay lip service to collaboration, diversity, mental health: Expert

How to manage in the 'new normal'

Financial stresses set to rise as economies reopen

'During the pandemic, a lot of the discretionary costs had stopped'

Financial stresses set to rise as economies reopen