Striking workers boo France's Macron

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy adds to the line forming behind presidential hopeful Emmanuel Macron, urging voters to keep far-right candidate Marine Le Pen out [ Transcript ]
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  • Youth and the union movement in Canada

    Youth and the union movement in Canada

    At a recent Canadian HR Reporter roundtable discussion on the future of unions in the private sector, panellists discussed how unions might be trying to entice young workers into the fold and, in turn, whether young workers are interested in the labour movement
    February 24, 2014
    The future of unions in Canada's private sector

    The future of unions in Canada's private sector

    Canadian HR Reporter recently moderated a round table discussion on the future of labour relations in the private sector. In this video, panellists discuss the PR problem unions may or may not have and what can be done to overcome it.
    December 9, 2013
  • HR's role in fostering positive labour relations

    HR's role in fostering positive labour relations

    Katia Caporiccio, Canadian Labour Reporter's News Editor, spoke with Viki Scott of Scott & Associates about the role human resources professionals play in labour relations and how they can go about nurturing a positive labour relationship.
    March 4, 2013
    Random drug, alcohol testing on horizon at TTC

    Random drug, alcohol testing on horizon at TTC

    Toronto Transit Commission workers could soon face random drug and alcohol tests at work. Katia Caporiccio, Canadian Labour Reporter’s news editor, spoke with Brad Ross of the TTC and Bob Kinnear of the Amalgamated Transit Union about the implications
    February 5, 2013
  • Lewenza, Coles discuss CAW-CEP merger

    Lewenza, Coles discuss CAW-CEP merger

    When the Canadian Auto Workers and the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers merge next year, the new mega-union will be the largest private-sector union in the country. Katia Caporiccio, Canadian Labour Reporter's news editor, sat down with CAW president Ken Lewenza and CEP president Dave Coles to get their take on what it will mean for union members and the labour movement
    November 13, 2012
    U.S. puts brakes on hiring

    U.S. puts brakes on hiring

    U.S. companies see more gray clouds looming on the economic horizon especially on the hiring front. A new report from the National Association for Business Economics finds more than one-half surveyed expect real GDP to grow just two per cent or less in the coming year. That's nearly double the percentage of companies from just a few months ago that expected such slow growth.
    July 17, 2012
  • Preparing for mediation in the workplace

    Preparing for mediation in the workplace

    Elaine Newman shares with Canadian Labour Reporter the benefits of strategic training for the workplace mediation process. Elaine is an Ontario-based mediator who facilitates labour relations courses with the Industrial Relations Centre at Queen's University in Kingston, Ont.
    May 18, 2012
    Overcoming mental barriers in collective bargaining

    Overcoming mental barriers in collective bargaining

    Canadian Labour Reporter sat down with Gary Furlong, principal at Agree Dispute Resolution, to discuss what slows down negotiations and how parties can more effectively negotiate by understanding they way they think at the bargaining table.
    April 16, 2012
  • Workplace back-to-work policies for mental disability

    Workplace back-to-work policies for mental disability

    Vikki Scott, president of Scott & Associates, a human resources consulting firm specializing in labour management relations, talks about the importance of implementing a workplace back-to-work policy for mental disability in a unionized environment. Vikki spoke to Canadian Labour Reporter after giving a presentation on the subject at the 2012 HRPA conference.
    March 5, 2012
    Canadian postal union president discusses back-to-work legislation

    Canadian postal union president discusses back-to-work legislation

    Canadian Union of Postal Workers president, Denis Lemelin, discusses the legislation that sent his members back-to-work and how the union will continue to fight what he says is an undemocratic piece of law.
    December 12, 2011