By Evan Sumner Last month’s revelation that CIBC will be outsourcing a large number of accounting jobs to India scandalized many Canadians. The news not only negatively affected CIBC’s reputation, but caused a drop in its share price and led
One job opening, hundred candidates: IT workers in Vancouver frustrated as tech firms turn to foreign workers
By Amy Chen The majority of information technology jobs in Vancouver receive hundreds of applications from qualified Canadians as the job market for local talent shrinks as employers turn to temporary foreign workers after the federal government’s recent budget made
By Amy Chen CIBC’s shares fell by more than a percentage point again today as more angry customers ditched the bank in protest over its decision to fire 130 Canadian workers and force them to train their replacements from India.
By Devdas Gupta, writing from Thane, Maharashtra, India The industry body representing business process outsourcing (BPO) companies in India is lobbyinghttps://lobbycanada.gc.ca/app/secure/ocl/lrs/do/clntAddr?cid=319065&lang=eng the Canadian government to to ease short-term temporary foreign worker restrictions with the aim of expanding the four billion-dollar
By ThinkPol Editorial Board Pop quiz: Who owns Canada’s “Big Five” banks? The answer: Each other. Take a look at the top three shareholders of each of Canada’s “Big Five” banks.
By Amy Chen The province of British Columbia has banned mandatory high heels in the workplace, following an initiative by the BC Greens. The requirement to wear high heels in some workplaces is a workplace health and safety issue as
By Amy Chen CIBC shareholders voted 99%-1% to kill a proposal calling for the bank to pull out of tax havens and other low tax jurisdictions at the corporation’s annual shareholder meeting today in Ottawa. The proposal put forward shareholder
By Amy Chen CIBC customers are abandoning the bank in droves, with some even posting photos of themselves cutting up their bank cards on social media, following the financial institution’s decision to fire 130 Canadian workers and force them to
By Amy Chen A leaderless Conservative Party of Canada has overtaken Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party in the most recent Forum Research pollConservatives inch ahead, which suggests that If an election were held today, the Conservatives would win 170