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10 Ways to Appeal to the Next Wave of Workers: Generation Z

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Flexible scheduling and open feedback loops build trust with incoming employees. Companies shouldn't be surprised if older workers appreciate those changes, too. Source: entrepreneur.com Generation Z encompasses more than one-quarter of America’s population, making this cohort larger than baby boomers or millennials. Gen Z is entering the workplace in waves, and its members come with their own set of values, preferences and abilities.
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5 reasons Canada's economy is looking up in 2017

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The tipping point we fretted about for years is here. Employers need to plan how they will adapt, or perish. Millennials—in sheer numbers, at least—became the largest cohort in the Canadian workforce last year. Source: CBCNews - Business It's always good to take volatile monthly figures with a grain of salt. But even ignoring the positive headline figures, the latest numbers show that wages are up, and so is the percentage of working-age adults who are choosing to be in the labour force. That's good news no matter how you slice it.
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At these firms, inclusion and diversity matters

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"Everybody has value to offer. We live in a global world. People come from different backgrounds, each with a unique perspective that should be respected and valued," says Mubina Mawani, the lead of the inclusion and diversity portfolio for Accenture Canada, a consulting firm headquartered in Toronto. Source: The Globe and Mail By: Diane Jermyn Published Tuesday, Feb. 19 2013. To view Canada's best diversity employers 2013 click here
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Avis COVID-19

Le Eastern Workforce Innovation Board reste ouvert, mais le personnel travaille à distance. Pour nous joindre, veuillez envoyer un courriel à frank@workforcedev.ca ou maureen@workforcedev.ca. Pour des liens vers des ressources fédérales, provinciales et autres concernant COVID-19, ­veuillez cliquer ici