Research by Katie Fleming

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Quebec’s economy is slowly emerging, but it is still experiencing several challenges. Nonetheless, employees can expect to see real wage gains in 2015, with a projected average...
The Conference Board of Canada | 8 pages | January 2015 | by Katie Fleming
L'économie québécoise reprend lentement, mais elle continue d'éprouver plusieurs difficultés. Néanmoins, les employés peuvent s'attendre à des gains salariaux réels en 2015, l'augmentation...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 6 pages | January 2015 | by Katie Fleming
While Alberta enjoyed a relatively strong economy for the first half of 2014, current shocks to the global energy sector will indeed have implications for talent demand and the...
The Conference Board of Canada | 8 pages | December 2014 | by Katie Fleming
Ontario’s economy is showing much-needed improvement, and the economic outlook for 2015 is positive. The 2015 projected average salary increase for non-unionized employees is 2.5...
The Conference Board of Canada | | December 2014 | by Katie Fleming
Along with a vibrant economy and strong demand for talent, the average pay increase for non-unionized employees in Alberta is projected to be 3.7 per cent in 2014.
The Conference Board of Canada | 8 pages | December 2014 | by Katie Fleming
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...
The Conference Board of Canada | 40 pages | October 2014 | by Katie Fleming, Nicole Stewart
This report summarizes the information garnered through a 2014 survey of employers. The survey targeted HR executives and addressed key topics related to retirement planning, savings,...
The Conference Board of Canada | 72 pages | October 2014 | by Katie Fleming, Nicole Stewart
Ce rapport résume les renseignements recueillis dans un sondage de 2014 auprès des employeurs, qui s'adressait aux responsables des RH et portait sur divers sujets liés à la planification...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 76 pages | October 2014 | by Katie Fleming, Nicole Stewart
Most Canadian employees can expect a modest pay increase in 2015. The average projected base pay increase for non-unionized employees is 2.9 per cent.
The Conference Board of Canada | 6 pages | September 2014 | by Katie Fleming
La plupart des employés canadiens devraient recevoir une modeste augmentation de salaire en 2015. L’augmentation moyenne du salaire de base prévue pour les employés non syndiqués...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 6 pages | September 2014 | by Katie Fleming
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