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Employers in all sectors across Canada seek workers who demonstrate Employability Skills. The Conference Board of Canada’s Employability Skills define the skills, attitudes, and...
The Conference Board of Canada | April 2018 | by Alison Howard
Canada is set to legalize recreational marijuana, which has major implications for Canadian workplaces. What makes it tougher for Canadian organizations to react is knowing exactly...
The Conference Board of Canada | March 2018
Our world is changing at an unprecedented pace. Healthcare organizations and private sector life sciences companies are experiencing a wave of challenges as part of what could...
The Conference Board of Canada | March 2018
Evolving attitudes, behaviors, practices and environments to get more Canadians and their communities more active, more often and in more ways in everyday life is generational...
The Conference Board of Canada | February 2018
Canadian cities drove the economy to its fastest growth in a decade in 2017. But this pace will slow in 2018 because highly leveraged households will cut back on their spending...
The Conference Board of Canada | February 2018 | by Alan Arcand
This three-part series looks at the theory and practice of using evidence, including HR metrics, to ensure that organizations make decisions that are most likely to support their...
The Conference Board of Canada | February 2018
The European Union is Canada’s second largest trade and investment partner, and is a key focus of Canadian trade and investment efforts, especially since the signing of Canada-EU...
The Conference Board of Canada | February 2018
The pace of change in Canadian organizations is accelerating, and terms such as ‘disruption,’ ‘adaptation,’ and ‘transformation’ are now common currency in any discussion about...
The Conference Board of Canada | February 2018
The report, Understanding the Gap: A Pan-Canadian Analysis of Prescription Drug Insurance Coverage, finds that 95 per cent of Canadians (more than 34 million) are eligible...
The Conference Board of Canada | February 2018 | by Greg Sutherland
Several parts of Canada’s food sector are enjoying short-term booms, but challenges loom on the horizon. Three of the industries within the overall sector – food manufacturing,...
The Conference Board of Canada | February 2018 | by Robert Meyer-Robinson
The foundations of Canada’s housing market are still solid for now. Demographic trends and employment growth remain supportive, but potential rising interest rates, regulatory...
The Conference Board of Canada | February 2018 | by Robin Wiebe
Cyber security continues to hit the headlines across the globe, affecting a range of organizations. The number of breaches reported and their significance keeps growing. From Equifax...
The Conference Board of Canada | February 2018 | by Satyamoorthy Kabilan
Insightful organizations know that bringing mindfulness into their workplaces result in many benefits. But how do you go about introducing it? And how can you self-sustain without...
The Conference Board of Canada | January 2018
This three-part series looks at the theory and practice of using evidence, including HR metrics, to ensure that organizations make decisions that are most likely to support their...
The Conference Board of Canada | January 2018
In today’s cyber-centered landscape, it’s not a matter of “if” but “when” a breach will occur. And with the social contract of trust and transparency between customers and organizations...
The Conference Board of Canada | January 2018
Canada’s system of dairy supply management has emerged as a major hurdle in the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement. Dairy trade groups in the United States...
The Conference Board of Canada | January 2018
Greater investment in early childhood education (ECE) can be a springboard to success. Expanding ECE in Canada would increase female labour market participation, improve child...
The Conference Board of Canada | January 2018 | by Craig Alexander
Board chairs preside the most powerful body in an organization: the board of directors. Yet, there is no handbook on the workings of their role and what they should do to successfully...
The Conference Board of Canada | January 2018
The benefits of mindfulness meditation are well researched. Wendy Quan, Founder of The Calm Monkey, will introduce mindfulness and meditation in a non-religious fashion, and teach...
The Conference Board of Canada | January 2018
The Conference Board of Canada has engaged in research series on the burden of pneumonia in Canada, which has debilitating impacts on seniors, children, and the immune-compromised...
The Conference Board of Canada | January 2018 | by Alexandru Dobrescu
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