Low jobless rate fails to improve job quality

Low jobless rate fails to improve job quality

Low jobless rate fails to improve job quality

Long hours, stress, unpaid overtime remain a problem for many employees, researchers find

VIRGINIA GALT

WORKPLACE REPORTER

September 3, 2007

Most
Canadians who want work can find it – the unemployment rate is at a
30-year low – but the quality of their jobs has not improved in many
respects, according to a study released today.————————————————-
No shit…
For some reason employers think that an employee should be happy to work for a crappy wage, no training or education opportunities, poor benefits, etc.  and down here in Medicine Hat, AB that is a theme that seems to be more prevalent than most other places.

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