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Global Labor Market Outlook 2019: No End in Sight to Worker Shortages

Which region of the world offers the highest-quality, lowest-wage workers?

Report | 26 pages | March 2019 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Building a Culture of Collaboration: Transforming the Way Canadians Work

Many organizations are changing their built environments in an effort to spur more collaboration between employees, yet few of these organizations can be sure they are achieving this goal.

Briefing | 30 pages | March 2019 | Jane Cooper | The Conference Board of Canada

Canadian Workers’ Perspective on What Makes Their Workplaces Healthy and Safe

At a time when Canadian employers are striving for a more comprehensive and integrated approach to workplace health and safety, it is essential to know how workers assess these key features of their workplace. This recorded webinar presents new survey evidence that fills important gaps in our understanding of what constitutes a healthy and safe workplace.

Recorded Webinar | March 2019 | The Conference Board of Canada

Effective Leadership Development Strategies for Women Leaders at Pivotal Points: Chief Human Resources Officers and Senior HR Leaders Speak

Gender parity among leadership at all levels, but particularly at the junction points of midlevel and senior levels, has stalled. Implementing effective programs and practices can reignite the change engine.

Report | 26 pages | February 2019 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Transforming the Way Canadians Work

Flexible work arrangements and new approaches to workspace design sit at the cross-roads of the future of work. Employers and employees are transforming how work gets done in the digital era. A common goal of this transformation is an organizational culture change that strengthens collaboration and increases innovation.

The Conference Board of Canada interviewed representatives from nine long-established Canadian organizations that are at the forefront of workplace reorganization in both the private and public sector. Interviews were supplemented with survey data from 324 respondents. This evidence has provided the basis for three reports that offer Canadian organizations insights on how Canadian workplaces are transforming, and the impacts that these changes are having on organizational performance.

This recorded webinar includes a case study from the federal public sector where workplace modernization is moving into a new phase, based on accumulated learnings from more than ten years of implementing Workplace 2.0.

Recorded Webinar | February 2019 | The Conference Board of Canada

Achieving Corporate Goals through a More Inclusive Coaching Culture

Businesses understand that performance and engagement at all levels of any organization are critical to achieving a sustainable future. Most companies are now moving beyond the traditional notion of coaching as being an expensive service targeted to top executives and, instead, are finding methods to create a more all-encompassing “coaching culture.”

By using an integrated strategy of team coaching, internal coaches, and available technology, HR practitioners are able to ingrain development opportunities at every business level. During our 2018 Executive Coaching Conference, over 160 practitioners and experts discussed new talent development approaches and how to build a more inclusive coaching culture.

Recorded Webinar | February 2019 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Determining the Business Impact of Employee Engagement—Asia

Many leaders and HR decision makers struggle to measure the impact of their investments in employee engagement. This report examines how some organizations in Asia are tying engagement results to business outcomes.

Report | 6 pages | February 2019 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Labour Relations Outlook 2019: Finding Stability in a Shifting Landscape

Previously titled the Industrial Relations Outlook, the annual Labour Relations Outlook: Finding Stability in a Shifting Landscape informs labour, management, and policy-makers about issues that will likely influence labour relations and collective bargaining in Canada over the coming year.

Report | 80 pages | January 2019 | Monica Haberl, Natalie Arruda | The Conference Board of Canada

Perspectives en matière de relations de travail pour 2019 : Trouver de la stabilité dans un paysage changeant

Le nouveau Perspectives en relations du travail : trouver de la stabilité dans un paysage changeant informe les syndicats, les employeurs et les décideurs sur les questions qui risquent d’influencer les relations de travail et la négociation collective au Canada au cours de la prochaine année.

Cette publication comprend un résumé en français, suivi d’une version anglaise du rapport intégral.

Rapport | 86 pages | January 2019 | Monica Haberl, Natalie Arruda | Le Conference Board du Canada

Blue-Collar Worker Shortages: Navigating a Business Environment of Higher Labor Costs

The threat of labor shortages is more acute in blue-collar and low-pay services occupations than in more highly educated white-collar occupations, the exact opposite of the prevailing trends in recent decades.

Report | 25 pages | January 2019 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Defining and Measuring Inclusion

To become inclusive, organizations, must first define it clearly, without giving in to superficiality and, second, measure inclusion and hold people accountable for making progress. New research by The Conference Board describes where companies are today in meeting these challenges and what they can do to define and measure inclusion more effectively.

Report | 24 pages | January 2019 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Human Capital in Review: Focus on Performance Management (Vol 1 No 1) 2018

This issue of Human Capital in Review focuses on how the approach to performance management is evolving. It includes highlights from ten articles and resources from The Conference Board.

Report | 12 pages | December 2018 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Engaging Next-Gen of Workers

What if the single biggest factor shaping the future success of our organizations, employees and students is whether or not we can engage one person at a time? What if unlocking discretionary effort is the key? In fact, numerous studies are pointing to findings just like that. It appears that if people care and if they have a positive and engaging approach to what they are involved in, the future looks bright. If they don't, quite the opposite. The challenge is, from the moment people enter school until they transition into work, engagement levels drop. Attitudes towards work and working has changed in young people.

Recorded Webinar | December 2018 | The Conference Board of Canada

Measuring Up: Benchmarking Diversity and Inclusion in Canadian Organizations

Curious to see how your organization measures up on diversity and inclusion (D&I)? This report discusses impacts seen and felt inside business that are driving attention and investment in D&I practices.

Report | 48 pages | November 2018 | The Conference Board of Canada

Diversité et inclusion : Comparaison des indicateurs parmi les organisations canadiennes

Où se situe votre organisation en matière de diversité et d’inclusion (D et I)? Ce rapport explique comment les répercussions sur les activités tournent l’attention et les investissements vers la D et I.

Cette publication comprend un résumé en français, suivi d’une version anglaise du rapport intégral.

Rapport | 54 pages | November 2018 | Le Conference Board du Canada

Employee Engagement: Driving Engagement From The Middle

The benefits of an engaged workforce are clear: increased productivity, decreased turnover, and improved business results. However, employee engagement has remained stubbornly low and relatively unchanged over the last five years. The Conference Board of Canada’s latest research suggests that middle managers are among the most important factors in employee engagement.

The degree to which employees are engaged depends greatly on the interactions with both senior organizational leadership and middle management. It is important to consider; however, how engaging middle managers can help engage their direct reports – complementing a larger employee engagement strategy. By identifying what drives manager engagement, organizations have the opportunity to improve engagement of this group and by extension, overall engagement.

Recorded Webinar | November 2018 | Colin Hall | The Conference Board of Canada

Contrary to the Hype: The Real Trends in Nontraditional Work

The hype about nontraditional workers—that this segment of the workforce is growing rapidly—is out of line with hard data. The report explores the real trends in nontraditional work and online labour platforms.

Report | 23 pages | October 2018 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Nontraditional Workers: CHRO Predictions and Talent Strategies

This report examines how organizations are leveraging nontraditional work arrangements to meet business demands as well as approaches to attracting and engaging them. It includes a survey of business executives leading initiatives around nontraditional workers.

Report | 18 pages | October 2018 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Expanding the Conversation around Diversity & Inclusion

Diversity & inclusion has become a critical tool in fostering a culture of higher employee engagement, creativity, and innovation. Companies are becoming increasingly aware of how essential it is to build D&I into all aspects of an organizational strategy.

Hear insights from our 22nd Annual Diversity & Inclusion Conference, where global business leaders gathered to discuss how companies can foster greater mutual understanding among a diverse workforce that motivates all employees to contribute and perform at their best.

Recorded Webinar | October 2018 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Advancing Gender Parity: New Strategies to Develop Organizational Change Leaders

Culture change is swiftly progressing, and with it has arisen a staunch demand for organizations to seek greater gender parity. For companies behind the curve, the risks can be severe, rendering an enterprise more vulnerable to reputational, legal, and business losses.

But for businesses that answer the call for change, the benefits can be significant—allowing the organization to pull together a more diverse, engaged workforce that is continuously striving for innovation. At this year’s 14th Annual Women’s Leadership Conference, business leaders from top organizations learned solutions for growing a culture of leaders and change agents—both women and men—on gender parity.

Recorded Webinar | October 2018 | The Conference Board, Inc.

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