Working Canadians seem to be getting good vibes from their employers about 2011. According to a new survey, working Canadians believe that their employers will be investing more in their skills and adding more employees. In an online survey conducted by BMO Bank of Montreal, 33% of working Canadians think their employers will invest in training in 2011, 29% expect to see new equipment purchases and Canadians between the ages of 18 and 34 expect to see more hiring. This optimism comes at a time when Canadians are seeing the economy starting to recover, says Richard Rudderham, deputy head of human resources for BMO. This survey of worker attitudes is important to the business community because it gives them an idea of what their employees are thinking.