THANK YOU TO THE BUS INDUSTY OF CANADA

Moving millions of Canadians every day safely and reliably, you are providing essential services to help Canada cope with the exceptional challenges of the current COVID-19 health crisis. We recognize the strength of commitment and dedication that is shown by our work force every day. From coast to coast, our professionals are doing their very best to ensure that the highest standards are met both on the road and in depots and garages all across Canada. While many people work from home and await the end of stay-at-home guidelines, our workers continue to brave the coronavirus pandemic by going to work to keep essential parts of society running. The easiest way to thank essential workers is by following regulations put in place to keep the nation safe.

Thank you for your courage and your dedication to all of us and to safety.

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Transit Cooperative Research Program

Transit Cooperative Research Program

(en) (pdf) - 5/26/20 Research paper discussing the challenges of training and retaining bus operators
Five Top Employment Issues

Five Top Employment Issues

(en) (website) - 5/26/20 Five major employment issues that the bus industry faces
Transportation Research Board

Transportation Research Board

(en) (website) - 5/26/20 Improving transit bus operator health, wellness and retention
What is Absenteeism and Can it Be Measured?

What is Absenteeism and Can it Be Measured?

(en) (website) - 5/26/20 Definitions, reasons for and ways to control absenteeism in the workplace
Bill No. 163, An Act Respecting the Elimination of Mandatory Retirement

Bill No. 163, An Act Respecting the Elimination of Mandatory Retirement

(en) (website) - 5/26/20 Presents Bill No. 163 in its entirety "An Act Respecting the Elimination of Mandatory Retirement"
Canadian Union, Collective Bargaining Laws

Canadian Union, Collective Bargaining Laws

(en) (website) - 5/26/20 Focuses on topics such as the power to enact union laws in Canada, human rights provisions, belonging to a union, labour relations and starting or certifying a union.
On the Move 2006 Canadian Bus Industry Human Resources Study Summary Report

On the Move 2006 Canadian Bus Industry Human Resources Study Summary Report

(en) (website) - 5/26/20 Summary report of the 2006 Canadian Bus Industry Human Resources Study.
Workforce/Skills Demand Forecast to 2016

Workforce/Skills Demand Forecast to 2016

(en) (pdf) - 5/26/20 Outlines workforce changes and industry evolution since 1997.
The Impact of Technology

The Impact of Technology

(en) (pdf) - 5/26/20 Discusses the progressive stance in the Canadian bus industry related to technology innovation and implementation. Highlights the importance of involving employees in technology integration.
Drive A Bus Put Your Career in Gear

Drive A Bus Put Your Career in Gear

(en) (website) - 5/26/20 Presents career choices in Canada's bus industry.
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