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This report examines the short-and medium-term economic and profitability outlook for Canada’s Non-Residential Construction Industry.
The Conference Board of Canada | 12 pages | October 2017 | by Cory Renner
This publication focuses on the metropolitan economies of Halifax, Quebec City, Montreal, Ottawa-Gatineau, Toronto, Hamilton, Winnipeg, Regina, Saskatoon, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, and Victoria.
The Conference Board of Canada | 224 pages | October 2017 | by Alan Arcand, Constantinos Bougas, Henry Diaz, Jane McIntyre, Robin Wiebe
This report is an update of the mortality and costs of tobacco use in Canada and in all provinces and territories using up-to-date reference information and data from the year 2012.
The Conference Board of Canada | 174 pages | October 2017 | by Alexandru Dobrescu, Abhi Bhandari, Greg Sutherland, Thy Dinh
Ce rapport fait le point de la mortalité et des coûts liés au tabagisme au Canada et dans ses provinces et territoires en se fondant sur des renseignements de référence et des données à jour de 2012.
Le Conference Board du Canada | 180 pages | October 2017 | by Alexandru Dobrescu, Abhi Bhandari, Greg Sutherland, Thy Dinh
Despite years of climbing corporate ladders women are still lagging behind. Many are stalling at mid-career while others are leaving to find more balanced and meaningful work. Most are working way too...
The Conference Board of Canada | Recorded Webinar | October 2017
A snapshot of the U.S. economy for the last six months.
The Conference Board of Canada | Website | October 2017 | by Kip Beckman
From Barcelona and London to Ottawa ON, terrorist attacks continue to make headlines all over the globe. These events differ in some ways from traditional emergencies, requiring responses that are complex,...
The Conference Board of Canada | Recorded Webinar | October 2017 | by Satyamoorthy Kabilan
The monthly Leading Indicator of Industry Profitability is constructed from high frequency data series. The indicators are designed to be predictive of movements in corporate profitability six months...
The Conference Board of Canada | Website | October 2017 | by Richard Forbes
There are many ways to evaluate trade agreements. Perhaps the best place to start is by evaluating how well an agreement achieved its stated goals. The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) appears...
The Conference Board of Canada | Recorded Webinar | October 2017
Thirty-Four Insights summarizes the findings of the Public Sector HR 2017 Conference held in Ottawa on February 21–22 and attended by 157 public sector HR leaders.
The Conference Board of Canada | 20 pages | October 2017 | by Jane Cooper, Shannon Jackson
A snapshot of the Canadian economy for the last six months.
The Conference Board of Canada | website | October 2017 | by Robyn Gibbard
The composite leading index of the Canadian economy sums up the performance of 10 components that track the short-term course of the economy.
The Conference Board of Canada | Website | October 2017 | by Cory Renner
Job satisfaction has improved for the sixth year in a row, and much of the improvement is due to the improvement in the labor market. The Conference Board Job Satisfaction survey explains this trend and...
The Conference Board, Inc. | 28 pages | October 2017
Trade has helped the US economy grow overall, but not every worker has benefited from it. Rather than protecting individual jobs, the US must create policies that help individual workers.
The Conference Board, Inc. | 20 pages | October 2017
This report highlights the talent retention challenges faced by employers in Asia and sheds light on how organizations can leverage human capital analytics to aid their retention strategies.
The Conference Board, Inc. | 38 pages | October 2017
With the aim of fostering a common understanding among market participants, we ask different types of stakeholders to consider how the role of the director has evolved, what the current range of expectations...
The Conference Board, Inc. | | October 2017
Active short-term investors see the job of a corporate director as one that is defined and dictated by the struggle between director primacy and shareholder primacy.
The Conference Board, Inc. | 24 pages | October 2017
Trade is back, yes, but the shift toward more services-oriented economies in emerging markets and consolidation of global value chains might create a different relationship between trade and GDP going...
The Conference Board, Inc. | 9 pages | October 2017
Recent political developments in the U.K. and U.S. bring into question whether those countries will continue to appeal to international students. Some argue that Brexit, changes to U.K. immigration policies,...
The Conference Board of Canada | Recorded Webinar | October 2017
This report examines the short-and medium-term economic and profitability outlook for Canada’s food manufacturing industry.
The Conference Board of Canada | 16 pages | October 2017 | by Robert Meyer-Robinson