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Staying Motivated

When every day seems the same, it’s hard to get motivated sometimes. Here are some suggestions that might work to help you get your mojo going again. First, keep a schedule. Humans of all ages so better with a schedule. There is something comforting about knowing when you can start and finish work, even if it’s all done in your pajamas. Do a weekly and then a daily list of things you want to accomplish. As you tick things off you’ll feel better about yourself. You can also stop working early if you meet all of your daily goals.



Reskilling Jobs: Are you up for the Challenge?
The need for reskilling is acute and getting worse. According to the OECD over one billion jobs, have already been, or will be transformed before the year 2030.


Most Canadian Workplaces Unprepared for Post-COVID Reintegration of Women
76% of Canadian organizations surveyed have no formal plans to reintegrate women who left their workplaces for care roles during the COVID-19 pandemic.


7 Competencies for Workplace Success for the Next Decade
A new study identifies the most important skills needed to succeed in the future of work.





    

Fed. Gov't. Invests in Skills Training to Help get Canadians Back to Work

Google Canada Commits $2 Million to Reskill Job Seekers for Tech Careers

Pandemic Is Causing New Roles to Emerge in Canadian Organizations

Record number of Canada Summer Jobs now available for young Canadians

Fed. Gov't. Increases Access to COVID-19 Rapid Testing for Workers

Forum Discusses Investments Supporting a Feminist Recovery



 

    News

AB: Creating Forestry Jobs in Northern Alberta

SK: Lowest Unemployment Rate And Best Job Growth In Canada

MB: Prov. Gov't. to Increase Minimum Wage in October

ON: Prov. Supports Skills & Safety Training for Electrical Workers

ON: Province Carrying Out More Inspections at Workplaces in Hot-Spot Regions

NS: Access to Paid Sick Leave for Nova Scotians

This Month
viewpoints
The Future of Work
It's hard to predict, with so many unknowns from what will the office look like, if there is an office, to the rapid pace of technology.

features
Reskilling Jobs: Are you up for the Challenge?
The pandemic has only heightened concerns that employers are not moving fast enough to adapt to changes in economies and society at large.
Staying Up When the Whole World Seems Down
When every day seems the same, it’s hard to get motivated sometimes.


law
Pregnancy is Another Factor When Determining Notice Period
‘Pregnant people face additional challenges when looking for work,’ a judge stated.
Termination for Racial Slurs Was Justified, Arbitrator Found
Any use of demeaning racial or ethnic slurs by one employee to another…justifies terminating the employment relationship,’ the arbitrator wrote.
Owner’s Comments on Female Employee’s Appearance Were Discriminatory
The male company owner discriminated against her by calling her “beautiful,” a Tribunal found.

strategies
Most Canadians Like the Idea of a Hybrid Model: A Workplace Reboot
Nearly half feel their employers don't understand the implications of a hybrid model.
Most Canadian Workplaces Unprepared for Post-COVID Reintegration of Women
Most have no formal plans to reintegrate women who left their workplaces for domestic, elder or child care roles during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Shop Talk
Working Canadians are Paying a
Hours and stress levels are up, but so are perceptions of productivity and quality of work.
7 Modern Competencies that Will Define Workplace Success for the Next Decade
Research shows key skills for success have changed completely in a reshaped world of work.



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