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Human Resource Management

The Conference Board of Canada provides you with strategic information on current human resource management challenges as well as a Canadian perspective on trends in human resource management.

Topics covered:

  • compensation planning
  • reward strategies
  • benefit programs
  • health and wellness
  • industrial relations
  • employee engagement
  • work–life issues
  • performance management

HR Workshops

HR Blog

A Better Approach to Succession

November 19, 2014

Dementia: Coming to a Workplace Near You

October 10, 2014

Curbing Work Absences by Implementing an Effective Disability Management Program

October 01, 2014

Executive Networks

  • Council for Learning and Leadership Development
  • Compensation Research Centre
  • Council on Diversity and Talent Management—West
  • Council of Industrial Relations Executives
  • Council on Workplace Health and Wellness
  • Councils for Senior Human Resource Executives—National
  • Councils for Senior Human Resource Executives—East
  • Councils for Senior Human Resource Executives—West
  • Council on Inclusive Work Environments
  • Strategic Human Resources Management Council

Conferences

Benefits and Disability Management West 2014 ( Nov 20, Calgary)
Public Sector Transformation West 2014 ( Dec 2-4, Edmonton)
Public Sector Transformation 2014 ( Dec 9-10, Ottawa)


Human Resource Management Research

This research is available to subscribers of the Human Resource Management service.

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The New Imperative: Driving Performance, Connecting to Value

Companies increasingly view health care as an important investment and want a greater return: they are still keenly interested in lowering costs but are also demanding better performance and value from providers.

e-Library Document | 9 pages | November 2014 | Corporate Authorship TCB | The Conference Board, Inc.

DNA of Engagement: How Organizations Create and Sustain Highly Engaging Cultures: ELEMENTS OF ENGAGE

Assess the level of engagement at your organization and identify the strengths or challenges you may face toward becoming “highly engaged”

Report | 3 pages | November 2014 | David A. Dye, Patrick Hyland, Joe Kaplan, Adam Pressman, Rebecca L. Ray | The Conference Board, Inc.

Engaging Canada’s Emerging Leaders: The Gen Y Workforce

In 2025, approximately 75 per cent of the Canadian workforce will be comprised of “millennials,” a generation characterized by traits such as entrepreneurial spirit, creativity, a desire for work-life integration and, in many cases, a lack of patience in the job market. A recent Intuit report indicates that Canada's millennials are twice as likely as previous generations to become entrepreneurs and create their own companies. Now is the time for companies to attract and retain this emerging talent, and subsequently take advantage of their abilities. This special 60-minute recorded webinar explores how to attract, integrate and retain emerging leaders. Eric Termuende and Emerson Csorba, Directors with Gen Y Inc., a Canadian firm recognized by The Globe and Mail and CBC as a “disruptor” in its field, will share research and best practices on the millennial generation.

Recorded Webinar | November 2014 | The Conference Board of Canada

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Compensation and Benefits Research

This research is available to subscribers of the Compensation and Benefits service.

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The New Imperative: Driving Performance, Connecting to Value

Companies increasingly view health care as an important investment and want a greater return: they are still keenly interested in lowering costs but are also demanding better performance and value from providers.

e-Library Document | 9 pages | November 2014 | Corporate Authorship TCB | The Conference Board, Inc.

Compensation Planning Outlook 2015

In a slow-growth Canadian economy, organizations are planning moderate increases for 2015. The average base pay increase for non-unionized employees is projected to be 2.9 per cent.

Report | 40 pages | October 2014 | Katie Fleming, Nicole Stewart | The Conference Board of Canada

The US Top Executive Compensation Report: 2014 Edition

This report examines salary, total cash compensation, total compensation, and the mix of compensation elements for the CEO and the five highest paid executives of 2,283 US-listed companies by specific revenue and industry groups.

Report | 117 pages | October 2014 | Kevin Hallock, Judit Torok | The Conference Board, Inc.

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Compensation Planning

Map showing the Average Salary Increases 2013 by Region in Canada

Women in Leadership

Women in Leadership Infographic

ROI from Wellness Programs