Following the wave of employee resignations in Canada last year, some Canadians may find themselves in the market for a new job. Jim Reid, author of 'Leading to Greatness,' shares his top tips for nailing any job interview.
U.S. employers added a burst of 467,000 jobs in January despite a wave of Omicron inflections that sickened millions of workers, kept many consumers at home and left businesses from restaurants to manufacturers short-staffed.
As the job market continues to evolve amid the COVID-19 pandemic, a new report suggests that employers are looking for candidates with skills that weren't as relevant prior to 2020, including virtual customer service experience and skills in safety management.
Canadians working from home during the crisis have found themselves increasingly balancing their boss's needs with family duties, like caring for children at home because of school outbreaks. Stepping away from the phone or computer can be tough, when many are no longer commuting and the allure of going out has diminished as COVID-19 cases rise again.
Job vacancies in Canada reached an 'all-time high' of 912,600 in the third quarter of 2021, a trend driven largely by certain sectors such as health care, food and retail, a recent report from Statistics Canada shows.
Canada's labour market shook off more of the shock from COVID-19 by adding 153,700 jobs in November, pushing the unemployment rate to a pandemic-era low and sending the share of the core working population with a job to an all-time high.