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    More meaning, better flexibility have become the new work perks for Canadians

    In the new world of work in Canada, the job perks that office employees once valued have changed, according to a new survey from ServiceNow. Traditional, pre-COVID workplace policies and compensation

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    New report finds employment barriers, lack of workplace support for autistic community

    According to a recent report by Deloitte Canada and auticon Canada, employers need to do more to understand neurodiversity, reduce barriers to employment for those with autism, and create thoughtful structural

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    Call for proposals launched to improve the participation and social inclusion of persons with disabilities

    The Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Disability Inclusion, Carla Qualtrough, launched a competitive call for proposals for national operating funding through the Social Development Partnership Program – Disability (SDPP-D) component.

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    More than half of workers in Canada would rather quit than return to the office full time

    After two years of office spaces sitting empty, many companies are eager to call employees back for good, new research from talent solutions and business consulting firm Robert Half shows.

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    Canadian nonprofits are investing in digital transformation to drive efficiency and growth: Study

    Sage has released a new study on the Canadian nonprofit sector, Grow Together: How digital transformation empowers Canadian nonprofit organizations to embrace change, which found that nonprofits have seized the opportunity during

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    Congratulations to this year’s ‘Nova Scotia’s Top Employers’

    Nova Scotia employers are doubling down when it comes to helping their local communities and encouraging employees to connect with one another. That’s the message from this year’s Nova Scotia’s Top Employers, announced

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    Canadians encouraged to apply for Senate appointments

    The Independent Advisory Board for Senate Appointments (Advisory Board) recently launched a call for new applicants to fill current and upcoming Senate vacancies through 2022. Canadians residing in British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario and Saskatchewan are invited

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    New partnership brings financial support to BC’s nonprofit sector

    Vancouver Foundation is proud to partner with the Government of BC, United Way BC, and New Relationship Trust to mobilize more than $34 million over the next three years for

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    Increase in food bank visits directly associated with government policies: New report

    A new report authored by Ron Kneebone and Margarita Wilkins, from the School of Public Policy at The University of Calgary, identifies the extent to which food bank visits may be directly associated with changes

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    75% of Canadian employees feel mental health support is a priority for their employers

    Capterra‘s latest survey of 1,100 Canadian employees reveals that mental health support must be a priority in the workplace, and explores workers’ preferences for the tools and methods utilized by employers

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