Compensation and HR Outlook 2014

The Conference Board of Canada, January 15, 2015
Conference e-Proceedings
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Understand the HR and compensation outlook and you’ll have a distinct competitive advantage. You must know the long-term outlook for compensation when planning your organization’s total reward and talent management strategies. If not, you may overpay or find you have to change in reaction to the market. This event will help you to capitalize on the insights of respected economic and HR research from the Conference Board and exciting, real-life examples from top Western Canadian business and HR leaders.

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This e-Proceedings is a recording of the Western Compensation and HR Outlook 2014 held November 19, 2014 in Calgary.

Western Compensation and HR Outlook 2014
Hyatt Regency Calgary • Calgary • November 2014

Opening Remarks
Barbara E. Quinn
Program Developer
The Conference Board of Canada

The Economic Outlook: Better Prospects in 2015
Glen Hodgson
Senior Vice-President and Chief Economist
The Conference Board of Canada

Compensation Planning Outlook 2015
Ian R. Cullwick
Vice-President, Leadership and Human Resources Research
The Conference Board of Canada

Our Time to Lead
Launi Skinner
Chief Executive Officer
First West Credit Union

Going Further, Faster The Value of Culture
Michael Williams
Executive Vice-President, Corporate Services
Encana Corporation

Strategic Talent Management
Michael R. Webb
Senior Vice-President, Human Resources
Agrium Inc.

HR’s Future—Ahead Next Exit
Sharon Richardson
Senior Vice-President, Culture and Communications
Matrix Solutions Inc.

Where Science Meets Art—The New HR Department
Rachel Moore
Executive Vice-President, Human Resources
Savanna Energy Services Corp.

Closing Remarks
Barbara E. Quinn
Program Developer
The Conference Board of Canada

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