Thousands expected to attend City of Calgary youth job fair – Calgary

in Apr 07, 2022

The Big Four Building at Stampede Park is expected to be bustling again Thursday afternoon as young job seekers file in to meet prospective employers. Some 4500 jobs are up for grabs as the 24th annual youth hiring fair returns as an in-person event, put on by the City of Calgary’s Youth Employment Centre. 88[…]

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Calgary retailers offer incentives to find, retain staff for expected busy holiday shopping season – Calgary

in Nov 14, 2021

The Retail Council of Canada is warning that it’s going to be challenging for retailers to find enough staff this holiday shopping season. Stacey Selley hopes this year that people will be heading out and donning more glitter than last year when COVID-19 restrictions had people celebrating at home. The owner of Bamboo Ballroom[…]

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New federal provincial program expected to create 22,000 jobs in Alberta

in May 19, 2021

The Alberta government says a new jobs program will encourage private and non-profit businesses to hire staff over the next year and help the economy recover. Premier Jason Kenney says the Alberta Jobs Now program will help 22,000 people get back to work. He calls it the “largest jobs training program in Alberta’s history”‘[…]

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‘Conservative’ hiring climate expected for Hamilton area in the 4th quarter of 2020: survey – Hamilton

‘Conservative’ hiring climate expected for Hamilton area in the 4th quarter of 2020: survey – Hamilton

in Sep 08, 2020

A company that pairs up skilled talent with employers expects a “moderate” hiring climate in the greater Hamilton area for the remainder of 2020. Manpower employment released its hiring forecast for the last quarter of this year and anticipates a “conservative hiring pace,” with just five per cent of respondents planning on adding to[…]

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U.S. job growth expected to slow following December employment surge

U.S. job growth expected to slow following December employment surge

in Feb 01, 2019

[ad_1] U.S. job growth likely slowed in January after December’s weather-related outsized surge, but the pace of hiring probably remains fast enough to support the economy amid a darkening outlook resulting from government policy and cooling global economies. The Labor Department will publish its closely watched monthly employment report on Friday, two days after the Federal Reserve signaled[…]

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Nova Scotia minister says sale of ServiCom call centre expected before the New Year – Halifax

Nova Scotia minister says sale of ServiCom call centre expected before the New Year – Halifax

in Dec 13, 2018

[ad_1] By Staff The Canadian Press The Nova Scotia government says the sale of the shuttered ServiCom call centre in Cape Breton should be completed before the end of the year. When the call centre in Sydney was closed a week ago, almost 700 workers lost their jobs. READ MORE: Nova Scotia offers special government support[…]

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