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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Is office air bad for our health?

‘Volatile compounds may adversely affect worker health and productivity

Is office air bad for our health?

Employers face ‘digital ceiling’ in digital transformation

Focusing initiatives around employees brings best results: report

Employers face ‘digital ceiling’ in digital transformation

Samsung, PCL Construction, Thales among top employers for young workers

Winners created more than 56,000 opportunities in 2019

Samsung, PCL Construction, Thales among top employers for young workers

Many people with healthy incomes stressed about finances: study

‘Employers can no longer assume that financial wellbeing is tied to salary’

Many people with healthy incomes stressed about finances: study

Immigrant credentials, education not being recognized

Many immigrants finding jobs but also underemployed, finds study

Immigrant credentials, education not being recognized

Lack of progression big reason for workers quitting: survey

Low pay, lack of raise, bad leadership also big factors

Lack of progression big reason for workers quitting: survey

Job-placement centre for GM workers set to open in Oshawa, Ont.

About 3,000 workers lost jobs due to manufacturer shuttering long-running assembly plant

Job-placement centre for GM workers set to open in Oshawa, Ont.

Unemployment falls to 5.6 per cent as 35,000 new jobs added in December

Ontario, Quebec record highest rates of growth

Unemployment falls to 5.6 per cent as 35,000 new jobs added in December

Gender-, race-based wage gaps ‘enduring problem’: report

‘Employment equity legislation could work to improve representation of women, Indigenous peoples, and visible minority groups in higher-paying occupations’

Gender-, race-based wage gaps ‘enduring problem’: report

Wholistic wellness at work among top 5 predictions for 2020: report

Workplace flexibility, politics, AI and talent gap also among trends

Wholistic wellness at work among top 5 predictions for 2020: report