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Dozens of foreign domestic workers rally in Hong Kong to demand more workers' rights...Reuters Labour New Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said on Tuesday the labor market recovery is "far from complete" despite a drop in unemployment...Reuters
A help wanted sign is posted in the window at "World of Posters" on Yonge St. The Globe and Mail Watch The Canadian Press Watch Employment Minister Jason Kenney says all provinces and territories except Quebec have agreed to the federal government'
Employment Minister Jason Kenney says all provinces and territories except Quebec have agreed to the federal government's latest offer on the Canada Job Grant...CP Video Video Video Craig Wright, Chief Economist, RBC joins BNN for a look at RBC's
Stephen Harper faced further questions Wednesday about the finance minister's doubts over the effectiveness of income splitting. But the prime minister stood by the election pledge, calling it an "excellent" policy for families. CP Video Video There'
The general election of 2014 is expected to exacerbate the labour shortage in the housing sector, putting more stress on builders and delaying further the delivery of nearly 1 million homes across the country, as lakhs of workers head back to
Men walk next to a car which was damaged during clashes between Saudi and foreign workers in Manfouha, southern Riyadh. Photo: Reuters Saudi Arabia's sweeping crackdown on foreign workers has caused a severe labour shortage throughout the kingdom,
Video Labour Automotive It comes amid heated debate about shortages and the degree to which they exist. Some industry groups, such as the construction and information technology sectors, are sounding the alarm about shortages in skilled labour, while
The percentage of Canadians who have been without work at least a year (the definition of long-term unemployment) highlights a blight that remains in the post-crisis era and underscores a skills mismatch in the labour market. Reuters Watch Economy
Employer groups such as the Canadian Chamber of Commerce and the Canadian Federation of Independent Business insist that their members need continued access to the Temporary Foreign Worker Program since Canada is experiencing an acute labour shortage,
Many employers say there is, but even some business surveys and the government's own research suggests the evidence is at best slim and sporadic. Amid the brouhaha triggered by a contractor of the Royal Bank to bring in temporary foreign workers to