TORONTO, June 12 (Reuters) – Canadian companies expect to
add more employees in the summer months, but the level of hiring
intentions is at its weakest level in two years, according to a
survey released on Tuesday by ManpowerGroup Inc.
The survey by the Milwaukee, Wisconsin-based staffing
services provider, considered a leading indicator of labor
market trends, measures the difference between employers who say
they will add jobs and those planning cuts.