New Brunswick's tourism industry is looking to immigrants and older people to alleviate worker shortages it suffered during the summer. "We saw it last summer with the industry, and a lot of segments of the industry reported a real challenge trying to hire workers for the full season,"
Jean-Michel Blais will be running Empiric Consultancy Solutions, which he hopes will provide part-time work after he retires from the force at the end of March. The company was registered with Nova Scotia's registry of joint stocks on Sept. 27.
Self-employed individuals have the autonomy to choose when and how they work. Entrepreneurs have several options to save for retirement, some of which qualify for tax benefits. Consider these retirement plan options for your small business.
A 401(k) plan provides tax breaks, employer contributions, an opportunity for automatic saving and the potential for investment growth. Here's how to maximize the value of your 401(k) account in 2019. You can defer paying income tax on up to $19,000 that you save in a 401(k) plan in 2019, $500
When hiring, General Motors' CEO Mary Barra asks a series of questions to test for a candidate's integrity. If you answer correctly, you'll give 3 versions of the same answer.
Suze Orman, financial expert and author of "Women and Money," says to ignore how much money retirement calculators tell you to save. Instead, focus on doing the best you can.
Unexpected costs can affect your pocketbook at any point in your life. Full-time earners can usually overcome financial difficulties as they continue to work. If you haven't prepared for the unexpected, your long-term retirement security could be at risk.
Bestselling management author and CNBC contributor Suzy Welch says there are several clear indications that it's time to find your next job.
Writing a clear and concise resignation letter is important, but don't skip the first step: It's best to schedule a time with your manager to break the news in person.
Managing debt is a priority for 40 percent of retirees, according to a new report. Here's how to manage your debts ahead of and into retirement so they don't derail your plans.
Canadian women are considerably more likely to face harassment in the workplace than men, according to data released Monday by Statistics Canada. Women are twice as likely as men to report physical violence against them at work, and more than five times as likely to report sexual harassment or unwanted
J&J relaunched its baby care line this year as millennial moms opted for more natural products. Sales showed signs of improvement, but a Reuters report alleging the company knew about asbestos in its talc baby powder products may threaten that. J&J has denied the allegation.
Human resources software company Ceridian's annual Pulse of Talent survey showed only a mere 27 per cent of North American workers would not consider leaving their jobs for a position at another company. Most of the survey's 2,001 respondents (73 per cent) in Canada and the U.S. are either actively
CNBC's Robert Frank breaks down the results of CNBC's Millionaire Survey to show how and where millionaires are investing their money.
As you contemplate a career change, one of your daunting tasks may be writing a winning resume. It is up to you to put what you have been doing into a comprehensible context while demonstrating your transferable skills to a prospective employer.
Prudential's latest American Workers Survey finds that one-third of workers have seen a salary boost in 2018. Workers in some areas of the country were more likely to be one of them.
Grant Sabatier of Millennial Money went from broke to millionaire in five years and earned enough to retire at 30. He explains why anyone earning $70,000 or more could also save enough to retire in a decade.
Today's most successful leaders, from Bill Gates to Richard Branson, have one thing in common: They are all avid readers, using books to stay mentally sharp and in the know. Here were some of their top recommendations in 2018.
Zamila Bunglawala’s current job description includes "tackling the burning injustices that affect ethnic groups in the UK". Since then, she’s worked in six countries around the world for the United Nations and for nonprofit, nongovernment think tanks specialising in structural inequality.
Canadian employers may need to step up their game if they want to avoid costly staff turnover, a new survey suggests. Research conducted by Nielsen on behalf of human resources software company Ceridian found that nearly three quarters of respondents were either looking for work, or would consider jumping
Demographic shifts and technological innovation have led to major changes in the workforce. These five trends will reshape the workplace in 2019. They are: the rise of the gig economy; Gen Zers entering the workforce; seniors extending their careers; companies aligning jobs with a social mission and
In early December, Jackson Racicot, 17, quit his job at the Walmart Grande Prairie Supercentre in Alberta, Canada, by reading a prepared speech into a store-wide intercom system.