“Modernizing your workforce starts with modernizing your HR approach.”
Trucking HR Canada’s annual Top Fleet Employers program will shine the spotlight on sixty-three of the best workplaces in Canada’s trucking and logistics industry at their Gala Awards dinner set to take place at Toronto’s Palais Royale, on October 17, 2019.
The 2019 federal budget promises money for big-ticket items that can improve human resources management for trucking and logistics employers, while making it easier for workers to get the skills they need to be valuable and productive.
Surveyed members of Canada’s trucking industry feel supported by their coworkers and are relatively happy with their jobs, but feel overburdened by regulations, according to the latest Pulse survey of Today’s Trucking.
Posted Thursday April 18, 2019 in Labour/HR/driver shortage
If you’re a federally regulated carrier or workplace, you should be aware that from now until 2021, the Labour Program is proposing a number of amendments to the Canada Labour Code
The OTA successfully kicked-off both of their LEAD programs – the Next Generation Certificate Program, and the OTA-SEEC Leaders Certificate Program through the Schulich School of Business at York University.
Premier Doug Ford Government’s first budget announced the trucking industry will now have access to the Ontario Immigration Nominee Program
Young workers have mixed feelings about the trucking industry and employers have a lot of work to do if they want to attract the next generation of workers