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Thursday December 03, 2015
Written by Retain Canada
The Mentoring Partnership, which pairs skilled immigrants with established professionals in their field, drives value for both newcomers and broader society.
Thursday November 19, 2015
Written by Retain Canada
BioTalent Canada’s Career Focus wage subsidy program has successfully placed 165 new graduates at biotechnology companies across Canada so far this year.
Wednesday November 18, 2015
Written by Retain Canada
Starbucks Canada is partnering with British Columbia’s Ministry of Social Development and Social Innovation to tackle critical youth unemployment rates.
Friday October 09, 2015
Written by Retain Canada
Deloitte recently unveiled its newest office space in Montreal, providing employees with a whole new way of working.
Monday September 14, 2015
Written by CBC News
Employers are experimenting with personal data collection to boost employee performance.
Thursday August 27, 2015
Written by Retain Canada
The University of Victoria and Telus are creating a Master of Business Administration degree customized for the telecommunications company.
Tuesday August 11, 2015
Written by Retain Canada
CIBC Mellon's Together in Action volunteering program was “highly commended" at the Employee Engagement Awards and Conference.
Thursday July 23, 2015
Written by Lillian Cunningham/Washington Post
One of the largest companies in the world is doing all of its employees and managers an enormous favour: getting rid of annual performance reviews.
Tuesday July 14, 2015
Written by Carolyn Camilleri
“Safe, reliable, and professional” is more than just a tagline at Aardvark Drilling Inc.: these folks really walk the talk.
Friday June 19, 2015
Written by BMO Financial Group
Each summer, BMO Financial Group recruits approximately 230 students or recent grads for internship positions across every operating group in the company.
Friday May 29, 2015
Written by Vanessa Lu/Toronto Star
A successful big bet on bonds and sacrifices by Air Canada employees both helped the airline to erase a massive pension fund deficit.
Thursday April 16, 2015
Written by Patricia Cohen
The CEO of a credit card payment processing firm surprised his 120-person staff with a new plan to raise the salary of every employee to a minimum of $70,000 a year over the next three years. 
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