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From rage applying to quiet firing, the trends to watch as an employer’s job market returns

From rage applying to quiet firing, the trends to watch as an employer’s job market returns

A fiercely competitive job market, pervasive influence of artificial intelligence-driven recruitment process, rage applying and the disquieting phenomenon of quiet firing are a few workplace trends frustrating Canadian workers in 2024
1 in 4 B.C. job postings missing salary figures now required by law, says report

1 in 4 B.C. job postings missing salary figures now required by law, says report

Province says compliance and enforcement measures can be added to the legislation if deemed necessary.
New Douglas College program the first in B.C. to meet kinesiology standards

New Douglas College program the first in B.C. to meet kinesiology standards

The New Westminster post-secondary school says the diploma will align with requirements set by B.C.'s governing body for kinesiologists.
My employer walked me out before my resignation date. Must they pay me for the gap?

My employer walked me out before my resignation date. Must they pay me for the gap?

I gave them four weeks notice but they ended my employment after two
Thinking of going back to school? Make a financial plan first, experts say

Thinking of going back to school? Make a financial plan first, experts say

Going back to school can be a great way to accelerate your career, whether it’s getting a master’s degree or taking a certificate program to add more skills to your repertoire.
Should I tell my employer that I have ADHD?

Should I tell my employer that I have ADHD?

Also, why you may not want to job-hop, moving countries to create opportunity and what leaders can learn from Alanis Morissette.
Carey Price to receive an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from UNBC

Carey Price to receive an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from UNBC

Carey Price, a world-renowned goaltender, role model for Indigenous youth, and philanthropist, will receive an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from the University of Northern British Columbia during the 2024 Convocation ceremony at the Prince George
How to celebrate work anniversaries to improve engagement and belonging

How to celebrate work anniversaries to improve engagement and belonging

Work anniversaries have grand potential in terms of recognition, engagement and belonging - all issues companies struggle with today
Patricia Coppard: Working remotely is the horse that got out of the barn

Patricia Coppard: Working remotely is the horse that got out of the barn

If we’re going to lure people back to the office, we better talk up the benefits: people to chat with that you’re not related to and someone else cleaning the bathroom
Ditch the jerks; work with smart people and learn from them

Ditch the jerks; work with smart people and learn from them

Do good things with good people, bluntly tell others when they are jerks or unacceptably negative, and draw boundaries, says the co-founder of Politico and Axios