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Compensation and Benefits Service Reports

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Perks at Work: Employee Perquisite Offerings in Canadian Organizations

This briefing explores the variety of perquisites that Canadian organizations offer, and discusses how offerings vary by employee group, sector, and industry.

Briefing | 23 pages | April 2018 | Monica Haberl | The Conference Board of Canada

Avantages accessoires au travail : ce qu’offrent les organisations canadiennes

Ce compte rendu de recherche étudie les divers avantages accessoires qu’offrent les organisations et en analyse la variété par groupe d’employés, secteur et industrie.

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

Note de recherche | 25 pages | April 2018 | Monica Haberl | Le Conference Board du Canada

19 Truths about Communicating Employee Benefits: Insights from the 2018 Communicating Employee Benefits Symposium

How does your organization communicate employee benefits—and changes to benefits? Companies do best when they orchestrate various benefits and convey information about them with authenticity and through a central information hub.

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

La gestion des absences et de l’invalidité : Tendances concernant la gestion de la santé dans les organisations

Cette note d’information sur la gestion des absences et de l’invalidité en milieu de travail au Canada repose essentiellement sur une enquête nationale auprès d’employeurs des secteurs public et privé.

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

Rapport | 34 pages | March 2018 | Le Conference Board du Canada

Absence and Disability Management: Trends in Organizational Health Management

The focus of this report is on absence and disability management in Canadian workplaces. It draws primarily from a national survey of public and private sector employers.

Report | 31 pages | March 2018 | The Conference Board of Canada

Are Directors Paid Too Much? An Analysis of Corporate Board Member Compensation from 1997-2012

Director excess compensation may be a sign of board entrenchment while an increase in overcompensation of directors reduces pay-for-performance sensitivity.

Report | 10 pages | March 2018 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Mid-Year Pulse Check: Compensation Planning Outlook 2018

The 2018 Mid-Year Pulse Check survey, distributed in December 2017, received 205 responses. The purpose of the survey was to see whether organizations are adjusting their projected pay plans for 2018. The results are presented in this report.

Report | 14 pages | February 2018 | Kathryn MacLean | The Conference Board of Canada

Compensation Planning Outlook 2018: Regional Snapshot—Quebec

The average pay increase for non-unionized employees in Quebec in 2018 is projected to be 2.5 per cent—well above the expected inflation rate of 1.5 per cent. Unionized employees can expect wages to keep pace with inflation.

Briefing | 6 pages | December 2017 | Kathryn MacLean | The Conference Board of Canada

Compensation Planning Outlook 2018: Regional Snapshot—Ontario

According to the Compensation Planning Outlook 2018 survey, the average pay increase for non-unionized employees in Ontario is projected to be 2.5 per cent in 2018—half a point higher than that for unionized employees.

Briefing | 7 pages | December 2017 | Kathryn MacLean | The Conference Board of Canada

Perspectives en matière de régimes de rémunération 2018 : aperçu régional – Québec

On prévoit une augmentation salariale moyenne de 2,5 % en 2018 pour les employés québécois non syndiqués, ce qui est nettement supérieur au taux d’inflation prévu de 1,5 %. Le salaire des employés syndiqués devrait suivre le rythme de l’inflation.

Briefing | 6 pages | December 2017 | Kathryn MacLean | Le Conference Board du Canada

Compensation Planning Outlook 2018: Regional Snapshot—Alberta

The average pay increase for non-unionized employees in Alberta is projected to be 2.1 per cent in 2018, while the average negotiated wage increase for unionized employees is 0.7 per cent.

Briefing | 7 pages | December 2017 | Kathryn MacLean | The Conference Board of Canada

Money on the Mind: A Profile of Financial Wellness Programming in Canadian Organizations

Just in time for financial literacy month, The Conference Board of Canada, in partnership with Sun Life Financial, released two reports on financial wellness in Canada.

The first, Financial Wellness and its Impacts on Individuals, Businesses, and Society, profiles the state of financial wellness in Canada. This includes taking a closer look at the financial literacy, financial health, and retirement readiness of Canadians.

The second report, The Design and Impact of Employer-Sponsored Financial Wellness Programs, explores financial wellness initiatives and offerings at organizations across Canada. This report summarizes recent survey data from 161 organizations on financial wellness offerings and delivery, measurement of program impact, and the effect of financial stress on individuals in the workplace.

In this 60-minute webinar, report authors Greg Sutherland and Monica Haberl will review the state of financial wellness in Canadian households—including financial literacy, behaviour, and attitudes—and the impact that organizations can have on the financial wellness of their employees.

Recorded Webinar | December 2017 | Monica Haberl, Greg Sutherland | The Conference Board of Canada

Compensation Planning Outlook Webinar for 2018

Each year, the Conference Board’s Compensation Planning Outlook provides a reliable forecast for Compensation and HR professionals across the country. This expert interpretation of original research is essential for any organization looking to ensure that they are able to secure the talent they need to succeed in an increasingly competitive marketplace.

Based on the insights gleaned from hundreds of organizations who participated in the 2018 Compensation Planning Outlook Survey, this webinar will provide key information to assist in your compensation planning process. Find out where pay plans are headed and how your organization’s compensation strategies stack up against the competition. Arm yourself with the latest information to benchmark your organization, and pose your questions to the experts.

Recorded Webinar | November 2017 | Allison Cowan | The Conference Board of Canada

Are you Ready for Change? Bill 148 and its Implications for Employers

On June 1, 2017, the Ontario government introduced Bill 148, the Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, 2017, which, if passed, will result in sweeping changes to labour and employment laws in Ontario.

While the proposed increase to the minimum wage has received the most media attention, there are numerous other proposed changes that will also have a significant impact on employers.

Recorded Webinar | November 2017 | The Conference Board of Canada

Money on the Mind: The Design and Impact of Employer-Sponsored Financial Wellness Programs

This report looks at the state of financial wellness programming in Canadian organizations. It explores the tools and initiatives organizations are using, as well as best practices, challenges, programming outcomes, and next steps.

Report | 64 pages | November 2017 | Monica Haberl, Charles Boyer | The Conference Board of Canada

La rentabilité en tête : Conception et incidence des programmes de mieux-être financier parrainés par l’employeur

Ce rapport dresse un portrait des programmes de bien-être financier dans les organisations canadiennes. Il explore les outils et programmes proposés par les organisations ainsi que les pratiques exemplaires, les difficultés, les résultats des programmes et les idées à mettre à œuvre pour la suite des choses.

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

Rapport | 69 pages | November 2017 | Monica Haberl, Charles Boyer | Le Conference Board du Canada

Compensation Planning Outlook 2018

Organizations are planning modest increases to base salaries for 2018. The expected increase in the private sector is 2.5 per cent; for the public sector, it is 2.0 per cent.

Report | 58 pages | October 2017 | Heather McAteer | The Conference Board of Canada

Perspectives en matière de régimes de rémunération 2018

Les organisations prévoient d’augmenter légèrement les salaires de base en 2018. L’augmentation devrait être de 2,5 % dans le secteur privé et de 2 % dans le secteur public.

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

Rapport | 65 pages | October 2017 | Heather McAteer | Le Conference Board du Canada

CEO and Executive Compensation Practices: 2017 Edition

Total CEO compensation in the Russell 3000 increased for the seventh consecutive year. The 2016 median total of $3,843,380 was 5.9 percent higher than in 2015 and 54.8 percent higher than in 2010.

Report | 144 pages | September 2017 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Perspectives en matière de régimes de rémunération 2018 : augmentation du salaire de base – aperçu

En 2018, l’augmentation globale moyenne prévue pour les employés non syndiqués est de 2,4 %, soit 2 % dans le secteur public et 2,5 % dans le secteur privé.

Rapport | 6 pages | September 2017 | Heather McAteer | Le Conference Board du Canada

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