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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How to become a ‘safe space’ for LGBT+ customers and employees

Canadian program lets employers prove they are welcoming workplaces

How to become a ‘safe space’ for LGBT+ customers and employees

10 key questions about the new pay equity laws

‘HR should really begin thinking about what kind of data they’re going to need to collect’

10 key questions about the new pay equity laws

Waterloo, Ont. works to keep employers safe during COVID

COVID-19 Safe Ambassador Program provides free education, resources

Waterloo, Ont. works to keep employers safe during COVID

How to ensure employees feel connected in a hybrid workplace

Communications, flexible scheduling, shared workspaces among key considerations

How to ensure employees feel connected in a hybrid workplace

Should DEI plans be included in wellness initiatives?

Ontario college develops strategic plan with both areas as one key principle

Should DEI plans be included in wellness initiatives?

Montreal company gives staff ‘100 per cent flexibility and freedom’

‘I never thought that we would embrace so fondly a 180-degree different way of working’

Montreal company gives staff ‘100 per cent flexibility and freedom’

5 key questions on Ontario’s workplace screening rules

‘If you’ve got an employee who refuses to participate, then you’re well within your rights to say, ‘You can’t come to work today’’

5 key questions on Ontario’s workplace screening rules

B.C. company gives staff extra week off

‘It’s naive for organizations to think that they don’t play a role in employees’ wellness or wellbeing,’ says head of HR

B.C. company gives staff extra week off

6 key questions about rapid testing in the workplace

‘Employers do have a wide latitude and given the pandemic, I think the courts and tribunals and arbitrators will be lenient’

6 key questions about rapid testing in the workplace

Upskilling neglected by many employers

While employers say they appreciate the importance of upskilling, they may not be following through

Upskilling neglected by many employers