The Nova Scotia Government and General Employees Union wants the province to conduct a forensic audit of an employment services organization in Cape Breton. The province terminated its contract with Island Employment six months earlier after a damning report by Nova Scotia Ombudsman William A. Smith which found “misuse orRead More →

Labor Minister Jill Balser said the Island Employment investigation was over. (Robert Short / CBC – image credit) There will be no forensic check on Island Employment despite a request from the union representing the Cape Breton organization’s staff, the Nova Scotia Minister of Labor said on Friday. Jill BalserRead More →

With over 30 years of experience, seven offices and over 1,500 employees in the region, Gulf Business Machines (GBM) is a leading provider of end-to-end digital solutions. GBM offers the largest portfolio in the region, including digital infrastructure, digital business solutions, security and state-of-the-art services. Since 1990, GBM has partneredRead More →

With over 30 years of experience, seven offices and over 1,500 employees in the region, Gulf Business Machines (GBM) is a leading provider of end-to-end digital solutions. GBM offers the largest portfolio in the region, including digital infrastructure, digital business solutions, security and state-of-the-art services. Since 1990, GBM has partneredRead More →

St. Anne’s Credit Union currently has an Employee Development and Training Specialist position. FUNCTION: Develop, coordinate and deliver business-oriented, job-related, compliance and cost-effective training to improve job performance for all employees. Click HERE to apply. ESSENTIAL OBLIGATIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following: • Provide training, which may include presentation, facilitationRead More →

SINGAPORE – The personal details of some 40,000 job seekers have been disclosed online, following a cyberattack on an employment agency here. Protemps Employment Services, which has an office in Paya Lebar Square, saw its entire server looted and removed earlier this month. The personal data of approximately 40,000 peopleRead More →