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Trucking HR Canada releases quarterly labour market information snapshot: high vacancies persist

Trucking HR Canada releases quarterly labour market information snapshot: high vacancies persist

Jan 12, 2023 | Job Market, Labour Market Information

Ottawa, ON (January 12, 2023) Trucking HR Canada released its quarterly Labour Market Information Snapshot today, analyzing newly released data....

Assiniboia and Swift Current job fair

Assiniboia and Swift Current job fair

Oct 18, 2022 | Advocacy, Careers, Economy, Job Market, Saskatchewan, We Are Trucking, WorkSafe Saskatchewan

Our personal view of society adapting can be interesting at times. As a young employable person at the age of...

Growing up in the 70's

Growing up in the 70's

Sep 26, 2022 | Driver Shortage, Job Market, Saskatchewan

Growing up in the 70’s and 80’s was definitely a simpler way of life. I remember travelling the highway from...

Trucking HR Canada: Special Report May 2022

Trucking HR Canada: Special Report May 2022

Jun 08, 2022 | Driver Shortage, Job Market, Labour Market Information

The labour shortages plaguing all sectors is certainly receiving more attention and heightened focus as we emerge from the pandemic...

Trucking HR Canada announces new National  HR Transformative Change advisory group

Trucking HR Canada announces new National HR Transformative Change advisory group

Jan 17, 2022 | Driver Shortage, Job Market, Labour Market Information, News Releases, Only Effective Together

This morning Trucking HR Canada announced its representatives for the National HR Transformative Change Group. Our STA Team Member, Jordan...

2021-03-30 Saskatchewan Detailed Occupational Outlook 2019 through 2023

Saskatchewan Detailed Occupational Outlook 2019 through 2023

Mar 30, 2021 | Job Market

The Ministry of Immigration and Career Training has released the provincial labour demand outlook for the forecast period 2019–23.

Every day the Driver Inc model can flourish, negatively impacts the livelihoods of hardworking drivers, law-abiding transportation companies, and Canada’s economy.

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