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Federal Pay Equity

A new proactive Pay Equity Act—which received Royal Assent on December 13, 2018—will require federal private sector employers with 10 or more employees to establish and maintain a pay equity plan within set time frames to identify and correct differences in compensation between predominantly female and predominantly male job classes for which the work performed is of equal value. This new Act will also apply to Federal public sector employers, including Crown Corporations.

Regulated employers will also be required to post notices, set out their obligations and report on key milestones. In addition, all pay equity plans will have to be reviewed and updated at least once every five years. All unionized employers, and non-unionized employers with 100 or more employees, will have to establish a pay equity committee to develop or update the pay equity plan, with employer, union and non-unionized employee representatives.

Join Jean-Francois Vernier and Lucille Raikes, pay equity experts at Willis Towers Watson, as they walk through the highlights of the new legislation, and identify some of the top challenges for federally regulated employers going forward.

Recorded Webinar | May 2019 | The Conference Board of Canada

Benefits Benchmarking 2019 Webinar: Focusing on Flexibility in an Evolving Landscape

As Canada’s population continues to age, sustained pressure on the nation’s healthcare system is expected. With biologic drugs taking up a larger market share of benefits costs, the increase in medical cannabis authorizations, and a push from advocates for universal pharmacare across Canada; the health benefits space continues to evolve and is becoming more difficult to navigate than ever before. Combined with the advent of new benefits technologies, such as online healthcare management, online psychotherapy, and others, it can be a challenging landscape for employers looking to keep abreast of best practices and ensure their plans remain competitive.

The fourth edition of the Conference Board’s Benefits Benchmarking Report provides essential information that has helped Canadian organizations direct and refine their benefits plans for the past decade. Based on a survey of hundreds of Canadian employers, this report offers the real-world data and experience you need to evaluate and improve your benefits plan to better fit the needs of both your employees and your organization.

Recorded Webinar | March 2019 | Monica Haberl | The Conference Board of Canada

Compensation Planning Outlook 2019: With Winter Update

Organizations are planning moderate base salary increases for 2019, with the average base pay increase for non-unionized employees projected to be 2.6 per cent.

Report | 68 pages | March 2019 | Kathryn MacLean, Allison Cowan, Kelsey Coburn | The Conference Board of Canada

Perspectives en matière de régimes de rémunération 2019

Les organismes prévoient des hausses du salaire de base modérées en 2019, de l’ordre de 2,6 % en moyenne pour les employés non syndiqués.

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

Rapport | 76 pages | March 2019 | Kathryn MacLean, Allison Cowan, Kelsey Coburn | Le Conference Board du Canada

Analyse comparative des avantages sociaux 2019 : innovation et flexibilité, les voies de l’avenir

Ce rapport résume les résultats du sondage de 2018 du Conference Board du Canada sur les programmes d’avantages sociaux des employeurs. Il présente des données solides qui permettront aux employeurs canadiens de se comparer à leurs pairs et de prendre des décisions éclairées au sujet de leurs programmes.

Rapport | 116 pages | February 2019 | Monica Haberl, Nicole Stewart | Le Conference Board du Canada

Benefits Benchmarking 2019: Innovation and Flexibility Lead the Way

This report summarizes the results of The Conference Board of Canada’s 2018 employer-sponsored benefits program survey. It provides sound data that will enable Canadian employers to benchmark themselves against their peers and make informed decisions about their programs.

Report | 116 pages | February 2019 | Monica Haberl, Nicole Stewart | The Conference Board of Canada

Compensation and Labour Relations in 2019

What are the trends that will affect compensation and labour relations in 2019? How will the Canadian economic and pay environment affect compensation and collective bargaining?

Recorded Webinar | February 2019 | Allison Cowan, Monica Haberl | The Conference Board of Canada

2018 Executive Compensation and Succession Practices Bundle

A new bundled report combining two current reports that represent our most extensive and insightful executive compensation and leadership succession practices.

Report | 275 pages | January 2019 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Compensation Planning Outlook 2019 Webinar

Each year, the Conference Board’s Compensation Planning Outlook provides a reliable forecast for Compensation and HR professionals across the country. This look at the pay environment coupled with 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 2019 Compensation Planning Outlook Survey, this recorded 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 2018 | Allison Cowan | The Conference Board of Canada

Reorganizing the Workspace: Transforming the Way Canadians Work

This report is the second in the series of Conference Board research on Transforming the Way Canadians Work. Four themes of workplace reorganization are discussed: mobility, choice, flexibility, and levelling.

Report | 63 pages | October 2018 | Jane Cooper, Shannon Jackson | The Conference Board of Canada

Compensation Planning Outlook 2019—Preview

In 2019, the overall average increase for non-unionized employees is projected to be 2.6 per cent—2.2 per cent in the public sector and 2.7 per cent in the private sector.

Preview | 10 pages | September 2018 | Kathryn MacLean | The Conference Board of Canada

Perspectives en matière de régimes de rémunération 2019 – aperçu

En 2019, l’augmentation moyenne globale du salaire des employés non syndiqués devrait être de 2,6 % (2,2 % dans le secteur public et 2,7 % dans le secteur privé).

Aperçu | 10 pages | September 2018 | Kathryn MacLean | Le Conference Board du Canada

Trends in Performance Management: From Forms to Feedback

This report looks at how performance management has evolved over the past couple of decades and discusses some key considerations for organizations looking to introduce more coaching and feedback into their systems.

Report | 30 pages | September 2018 | Nicole Stewart, Kelsey Coburn | The Conference Board of Canada

Tendances en matière de gestion du rendement : la rétroaction remplacera-t-elle les formulaires d’évaluation?

Ce rapport fait le point sur l’évolution de la gestion du rendement au cours des deux dernières décennies. Il mise sur des éléments à considérer au moment d’introduire des initiatives de perfectionnement professionnel et de rétroaction.

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

Rapport | 34 pages | September 2018 | Nicole Stewart, Kelsey Coburn | Le Conference Board du Canada

Upping the Ante: Employee Perquisites (Perks) and Flexible Work Arrangements

Is your organization tapping into the potential of employee perquisites and flexible work arrangements? While the basis of any total rewards package is solid compensation and benefits, organizations may look to complement these offerings with market competitive employee perquisites and flexible work arrangements.

Recorded Webinar | August 2018 | The Conference Board of Canada

US Salary Increase Budgets for 2019

Our annual Salary Increase Budgets Survey indicates that the median 2018 actual total salary increase budget and merit increases across all employee groups are 3 percent, as they have been for the past seven years.

Report | 16 pages | July 2018 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Flexible Work Arrangements: Transforming the Way Canadians Work

This report summarizes data on flexible work arrangements from a Conference Board of Canada survey conducted in the summer of 2017.

Report | 39 pages | May 2018 | Kathryn MacLean | The Conference Board of Canada

Modalités de travail flexibles : Transformer la façon dont les Canadiens travaillent

Ce rapport résume les données sur les modalités de travail flexibles tirées d’une enquête réalisée par Le Conference Board du Canada pendant l’été 2017.

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

Rapport | 42 pages | May 2018 | Kathryn MacLean | Le Conference Board du Canada

Equal Pay for Equal Work: A Look at Pay Equity and Transparency

The 2018 federal budget, released on February 27, 2018, announced the government’s plan to introduce proactive pay equity legislation aimed at closing the gender wage gap in federally regulated sectors. At the provincial level, the Ontario government recently tabled the Pay Transparency Act, 2018 that would require employers to track and publish information about compensation in their organizations. If passed, the anticipated legislation, both federal and provincial, could have a significant impact on Canadian workplaces.

Recorded Webinar | May 2018 | The Conference Board of Canada

28 Truths about Health Care: Insights from the 18th Annual Health Care Conference

Health care is the top concern of young workers. Why? Workers change jobs more frequently, and more workers are freelance. A healthcare plan can be a key talent differentiator for employers.

Conference KeyNotes | 14 pages | May 2018 | The Conference Board, Inc.

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