A lot has happened in the last few months.
Laid off employees at Loblaws head office in Brampton are entering a job market with solid demand for high-skilled IT workers but they still face many challenges
Job prospects for Loblaw’s 700 laid off employees are uncertain and heavily dependent on personal efforts, said past Mississauga Technology Association president Adolfo Proietti
The surprise cuts at Loblaws head office in Brampton hurt, but the local economy remains strong enough to withstand the corporate streamlining, says the city’s top economic development and tourism officer
Loblaws Companies Limited announced today that it is reorganizing 700 administrative and head office jobs as part of a long-term strategic plan