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Rotating Shift

If you run a business that operates 15, 16, or even 24 hours a day, you are always going to need employees to work. You may inevitably need…

Split Shift

If you are a business that has rush periods throughout the day and employees sitting idle during the quiet periods, you can easily implement…

Seasonal Workers

Many employers look for temporary help to meet the demands during a busy period, for example during the holidays. Hiring seasonal workers…

Employee Recognition

Employee recognition can help you with employee retention, reduce turnover and improve your workplace culture. Recognition helps employees…

Workplace Conflicts

Workplace conflict is unavoidable in any work environment. It can happen instantaneously and without warning. Not resolving conflict can…

Christmas Bonuses

As the holidays approach and the year ends, many employers want to reward their employees with bonuses for their hard work and dedication…

Compassionate Care Leave

Employees in Canada have a right to take a job-protected leave when caring for gravely ill family members. Each province has their own…

Recruitment Methods for Employers

Hiring employees is crucial for the success of your business. You want to recruit the most talented employees that align with your company’s…

Who Enforces Labour Standards

Providing your staff with a safe place to work, paying them correctly, and making sure they take the right number of breaks is essential for…

Tips and Gratuities

Receiving tips from customers is one of the major benefits of working in some industries. Waiters/waitresses, taxi drivers, baristas, and…

Continuity of Employment

Businesses can change ownership from time to time, but what happens to employees once this happens is extremely important. The last thing…

Reprisals

Occasionally, an employee may raise a concern surrounding their job role, happiness, or management. This is completely normal for any…

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