HR Trends and Metrics, Third Edition: The Canadian Context for Strategic Workforce Planning

The Conference Board of Canada, 60 pages, November 11, 2014
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This report presents the context for strategic workforce planning in Canada by identifying trends and providing insights related to the changing business environment, labour force, and demographics.

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This report—the third of three in our Human Resources Trends and Metric series—presents the context for strategic workforce planning in Canada by identifying trends and providing insights related to the changing business environment, labour force, and demographics. After defining and describing strategic workforce planning and how it can assist organizations in achieving their business objectives, the report focuses on key elements that help inform strategic workforce planning, including measures and trends related to Canada’s business and economic environment, as well as information on the aging workforce and immigration. It concludes with a discussion of the implications and risks to organizational success for Canadian employers, in the context of these trends.

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Executive Summary

The Canadian Context for Strategic Workforce Planning

  • Introduction
  • What Drives the Strategic Workforce Planning Agenda in Canada?
  • Implications and Risks for Canadian Employers
  • Conclusions

Appendix A—Respondent Profile

Appendix B—Respondent Organizations

Appendix C—Bibliography

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