A changing workplace means changes for the HR profession. Regulators, universities and HR associations need to keep up with the changes.

Transforming HR

A changing workplace means changes for the HR profession. Regulators, universities and HR associations need to keep up with the changes.

2018-08-10
www.hrreporter.com 2018-08-10 14:05:12
Governance Employment Relations HR Profession Strategic HRM Transforming HR 2018-08-10 14:05:12
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Dionne talks to CPAC about the role of co-operatives in economic and social development.

G7 Summit Preview on the Economy

Dionne talks to CPAC about the role of co-operatives in economic and social development.

2018-08-10
www.cpac.ca 2018-08-10 14:03:12
Inequality Governance Development Co-ops Public Policy G7 Summit Preview on the Economy 2018-08-10 14:03:12
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Is it good public policy to give preference to one ownership structure over another?

Public money ‘shouldn’t pad profits’: Ontario NDP signals shift away from private-sector delivery of services

Is it good public policy to give preference to one ownership structure over another?

2018-08-10
nationalpost.com 2018-08-10 14:02:11
Governance Public money ‘shouldn’t pad profits’: Ontario NDP signals shift away from private-sector delivery of services 2018-08-10 14:02:11
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"The experiences of Alberta and Seattle, two jurisdictions that share Ontario's $15-an-hour goal, offer some lessons on how to adjust to a higher minimum wage: that is, if Ontario businesses can weather the short-term storm."

Alberta, Seattle offer lessons for Ontario on 'Fight for $15' minimum wage: Ontario's rate increased to $14 per hour from $11.60 — a 21% jump— on Jan. 1

"The experiences of Alberta and Seattle, two jurisdictions that share Ontario's $15-an-hour goal, offer some lessons on how to adjust to a higher minimum wage: that is, if Ontario businesses can weather the short-term storm."

2018-02-16
www.cbc.ca 2017-11-01 14:04:08
Inequality Governance Employment Relations Income and Wealth HR Practices Law Alberta, Seattle offer lessons for Ontario on 'Fight for $15' minimum wage: Ontario's rate increased to $14 per hour from $11.60 — a 21% jump— on Jan. 1 2017-11-01 14:04:08
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