Research by Allison Cowan

Allison Cowan
 
Allison Cowan, Director,Total Rewards, Human Resources and Labour Relations
Allison Cowan is a Director with the Leadership and Human Resources Research Division of The Conference Board of Canada, leading the total rewards and labour relations research practice. Since joining the Board in 2000, Allison has been actively involved in research in the area of total rewards ... more
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Each year, the Conference Board’s Compensation Planning Outlook provides a reliable forecast for Compensation and HR professionals across the country. This look at the pay environment...
The Conference Board of Canada | Recorded Webinar | November 2018 | by Allison Cowan
Organizations are planning moderate base salary increases for 2019, with the average base pay increase for non-unionized employees projected to be 2.6 per cent.
The Conference Board of Canada | 66 pages | October 2018 | by Kathryn MacLean, Allison Cowan
Les organismes prévoient des hausses du salaire de base modérées en 2019, de l’ordre de 2,6 % en moyenne pour les employés non syndiqués.
Le Conference Board du Canada | 74 pages | October 2018 | by Allison Cowan, Kathryn MacLean
With a number of legislative changes coming into effect across the country, and shifting demographics in the labour force, what are labour relations practitioners focusing on when...
The Conference Board of Canada | Recorded Webinar | May 2018 | by Allison Cowan, Matthew Stewart
Each year, the Conference Board’s Compensation Planning Outlook provides a reliable forecast for Compensation and HR professionals across the country. This expert interpretation...
The Conference Board of Canada | Recorded Webinar | November 2017 | by Allison Cowan
Each year, the Conference Board’s Compensation Planning Outlook provides a reliable forecast for Compensation and HR professionals across the country. This expert interpretation...
The Conference Board of Canada | Recorded Webinar | November 2016 | by Allison Cowan
Les organisations planifient des hausses salariales modérées pour 2016. Les hausses prévues dans le secteur privé et le secteur public s’élèvent respectivement à 2,5 % et 2,6 %.
Le Conference Board du Canada | 3 pages | October 2015 | by Allison Cowan, Heather McAteer, Nicole Stewart
Organizations are planning moderate base salary increases for 2016. The expected increase for the private sector is 2.5 per cent; for the public sector, it is 2.6 per cent.
The Conference Board of Canada | 34 pages | October 2015 | by Nicole Stewart, Allison Cowan, Heather McAteer
In 2016, the overall average increase for non-unionized employees is projected to be 2.6 per cent—2.6 per cent in the public sector and 2.5 per cent in the private sector.
The Conference Board of Canada | 8 pages | September 2015 | by Allison Cowan, Heather McAteer
En 2016, l’augmentation salariale moyenne projetée pour les employés non syndiqués est de 2,6 % — 2,6 % dans le secteur public et 2,5 % dans le secteur privé.
Le Conference Board du Canada | 10 pages | September 2015 | by Allison Cowan, Heather McAteer
Survey data collected from 169 respondents benchmarks measures related to talent management practices to help HR professionals understand human capital trends and provide insights...
The Conference Board of Canada | 127 pages | April 2014 | by Heidi Martin, Ruth Wright, Allison Cowan
The top challenges facing Canadian CEOs and the strategies they are employing to address these challenges are highlighted in the The Conference Board CEO Challenge® 2012: Risky...
The Conference Board, Inc. | 98 pages | July 2012 | by Charles Mitchell, Rebecca L. Ray, Bart van Ark, Donna Burnett Vachon, Allison Cowan
The top challenges facing Canadian CEOs and the strategies they are employing to address these challenges are highlighted in the CEO Challenge 2011—Canadian Edition.
The Conference Board of Canada | 30 pages | February 2012 | by Allison Cowan, Donna Burnett Vachon
In the face of an unsteady economic recovery, organizations are planning moderate base salary increases—which are, on average, slightly above the forecasted inflation rate—for...
The Conference Board of Canada | 42 pages | October 2010 | by Allison Cowan, Nicole Stewart
The 2010 Human Resources Trends and Metrics report presents survey findings on talent management practices as well as the human resources function. It also explores the economic...
The Conference Board of Canada | 67 pages | June 2010 | by Allison Cowan, Ruth Wright
Results of this year’s outlook survey suggest that after a year of economic turbulence, pay planners are cautiously optimistic as they look ahead to 2010.
The Conference Board of Canada | 44 pages | November 2009 | by Allison Cowan
The Winter Update looks at the responses to the Conference Board’s Compensation Planning Outlook 2009 update survey (December 2008 to January 2009)—conducted to assess how Canadian...
The Conference Board of Canada | 44 pages | February 2009 | by Allison Cowan
This year’s Outlook addresses: reward strategies and priorities; base pay increases and decreases; short- and long-term incentive plans; employee turnover; and wage settlements...
The Conference Board of Canada | 42 pages | October 2008 | by Allison Cowan
This inaugural report presents benchmark data on diversity-related priorities, policies, practices and achievements in Canadian organizations.
The Conference Board of Canada | 43 pages | December 2006 | by Allison Cowan, Nancy Huggett, Sandra Parris
Cet outil aidera les gestionnaires à en apprendre davantage sur la santé mentale. Il contient des conseils sur la manière de prévenir et de reconnaître les problèmes de santé mentale,...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 15 pages | March 2006 | by Allison Cowan, Judith MacBride-King
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