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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

Standing Up to the Health Risks of Sitting Down

January 29, 2014

The Rewards of Union Membership

January 20, 2014

Minding What Matters: Gaps in Programs for Employees With Mental Health Issues Persist

January 15, 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

Pension Summit 2014: Time for Action ( Apr 28, Toronto)
Generations 2014: Successful Strategies for the Multigenerational Workplace ( Apr 29, Toronto)
Work and Workplaces of the Future: Implications for Western Canada ( May 5, Calgary)


Human Resource Management Research

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

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Realizing Potential Through Wellness – Making the Connection Between Health and Performance for you and your Organization

Understanding that employee wellness impacts performance, today’s challenges are to make the case for your health investment to senior management and decide how much to invest and where to get the greatest return. This 60-minute recorded webinar takes the form of a conversation between Bailey Vaez, President and Founder, Proactive Movement Inc. and the Conference Board of Canada’s Executive Conference Developer, John Brewer. This session explores the link between wellness and performance and propose some simple effective steps organizations can take to enhance both.

Recorded Webinar | April 2014 | The Conference Board of Canada

Big Data for Human Resources

This 60-minute recorded webinar features Phil Simon, noted technology expert and award-winning author of six business books. This session explores the concept of Big Data and how you can apply it as an HR professional. Simon demonstrates how Big Data can enable HR to better recognize talent, attract and retain the best workers, engage your current employees, and open up the channels of communication within your organization.

Recorded Webinar | April 2014 | The Conference Board of Canada

Building Capacity to Manage Change

Building Capacity to Manage Change looks at change management from the perspective of the HR leader. The briefing draws on relevant literature and a Conference Board survey to explore how organizations are experiencing and managing change.

Briefing | 14 pages | April 2014 | Ruth Wright, Erica Bernstein | 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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Canadian Directors’ Compensation Practices, 20th Edition

This report, which summarizes data from 224 publicly traded companies, is an update of the 2011 report on the compensation levels of Canadian boards of directors. It provides benchmark data on compensation practices and summarizes key factors in the board operations of publicly traded companies.

Report | April 2014 | Elyse Lamontagne | The Conference Board of Canada

Perspectives de la rémunération en 2014: Québec

L’économie du Québec ne s’est pas bien portée en 2013. Mais les employés peuvent s’attendre à des augmentations réelles des salaires en 2014. L’augmentation de salaire moyenne prévue en 2014 pour des employés non syndiqués est de 2,8 pour cent.

Profil | 5 pages | March 2014 | Elyse Lamontagne | Le Conference Board du Canada

Compensation Planning Outlook 2014: Ontario

Ontario’s economic performance was moderate in 2013, but the near-term prospects look more positive. The 2014 projected average salary increase for non-unionized employees is 2.6 per cent.

Profile | 5 pages | March 2014 | Heather McAteer | The Conference Board of Canada

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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