Labour? We’ve got that covered

 CLV Reports is now Canadian Labour Reporter — and it has a new website

By Todd Humber (todd.humber@thomsonreuters.com)

A striking Via Rail locomotive engineer pickets at Central Station in Montreal in this file photo. Canadian Labour Reporter is a new product covering the world of labour relations from the editors of Canadian HR Reporter. (Photo: Shaun Best/Reuters)

Last year, Canadian HR Reporter overhauled its website, http://www.hrreporter.com, to give it a new look and to accommodate the multimedia centre, which houses videos, blogs and webinars.

We also launched new publications and websites, to delve deeper into some of the HR specialties. To help health and safety professionals, we created Canadian Safety Reporter (www.safety-reporter.com). To cover the world of payroll, we built a website for Canadian Payroll Reporter (www.payroll-reporter.com).

As part of the redesign, we linked all these websites together, including Canadian Employment Law Today (www.employmentlawtoday.com) under the Canadian HR Reporter banner. The result is an unparalleled, one-stop information source for HR professionals. You can search all the websites with one search, and use the same username and password to access the content you subscribe to — and you can add subscriptions to additional products at any time.

Now, we’ve added even more depth. CLV Reports, a weekly publication that has been covering labour relations since 1956, has been renamed Canadian Labour Reporter and in January we launched its website.

Available at www.labour-reporter.com (also available by clicking on the Labour Relations tab on Canadian HR Reporter’s website), it features daily news posts, blogs, videos and more.

The foundation of Canadian Labour Reporter is collective agreements, and we’ve built a new tool to search the agreements online. Subscribers can search by keyword, sector, province, union and bargaining size. It’s an invaluable tool, backed by the expertise of Gordon Sova, who has been the editor for more than 15 years.

There’s also a searchable online archive of previous issues, including arbitration summaries, legislation updates and statistical tables. And subscribers will receive a weekly email update to help them stay on top of trends in labour relations.

We’ve also spiced up the weekly print issue of the product, adding more news coverage, and our journalists will be posting daily news updates to the website. Not a subscriber? We’re offering a special introductory offer of $495 for an annual subscription. Visit www.labour-reporter.com/subscribe.aspx for more information.

Todd Humber is the managing editor of Canadian HR Reporter, the national journal of human resource management. For more information, visit www.hrreporter.com.

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