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Government Policies - Unemployment Insurance - Canada
- Job Quality
- Payroll taxation
- Skills development and training
- Job Creation
- Retail sectors
- Technological advances
- Youth unemployment
- Career management and development
- Government programs
- International Trade
• Youth Unemployment – Canada
• It seems to me that provinces control post-secondary education and skills
training as such how are they adapting their policies to support areas that
have more upside when it comes to careers?
• Careers http://careers.workopolis.com/advice/ten-jobs-with-plenty-of-
• Job Market 2016 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HGLXBxmE2d4
• How to managed your career -
• Unemployment - http://www.statcan.gc.ca/daily-
• Here are issues facing the labor market which drives job quality:
• Closing the private/public sector payroll gap - http://www.cfib-fcei.ca/english/article/7114-public-sector-
• Integrated economic strategy between provinces including trade barriers, maximizing or expanding existing
programs, capping hydro rates, reduction in red tape, moving projects quicker through environmental process.
Mulcair never talks about these areas, why? http://www.slideshare.net/paulyoungcga/internal-trade-canada
or http://www.cfib-fcei.ca/english/article/6893-red-tape-accountability-report-card-2015.html. How many
provinces in this list are NDP or Liberal-led (Manitoba and Ontario).
• Re-aligning skills trade with jobs opening and for the future
• Stopped introducing bad taxation policies masked at helping the environment
(http://www.slideshare.net/paulyoungcga/carbon-tax-canada-and-its-provinces) and/or provincial pension
• Provinces looking at innovation ways to deliver program spending in areas like healthcare and education -
Job Quality /technology issues
• Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable Clerks have been replaced via digitalization and automatic payments -
• Robotic and Laser Welding have led to automation in manufacturing -
• Business Analytics are being used to advance the scientific research -
• Retailers are going more to eCommerce hence the reduction in the need for full-time retail employees -
• Drones are being used to help reduced costs in warehousing - http://www.voanews.com/content/drones-already-work-in-
• Reduction in mail due to ePost or email alerts.
• Construction Industry – prefabricated houses/frames -
• Service sector - http://styledemocracy.com/mcdonalds-is-testing-self-order-stations-in-canada/
• Media has gone digital – downloads or streaming of tv shows
• Remote education via web connections - http://www.wsj.com/articles/b-schools-get-a-feel-for-virtual-reality-1435776045
Issues facing unemployment
• Low commodity Prices – (Natural Resources)
• Fiscal restraint by government (Program spending)
• Slow Global Growth