Compensation and Labour Relations in 2019

The Conference Board of Canada, February 27, 2019
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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?

Webinar Highlights

Watch this 60-minute recorded webinar on 2019 Compensation and Labour Relations Outlook. Allison Cowan, Director, Total Rewards, Human Resources and Labour Relations Research, and Monica Haberl, Senior Research Associate, Total Rewards, Human Resources and Labour Relations Research, share details on the pay environment, bargaining outlook, and the latest survey results informing the compensation outlook for the coming year (with updated numbers for winter 2019).

You’ll gain insight into the top issues facing employers and unions today, and how the economic and compensation landscapes will play a role, including a look at:

  • What does the pay environment look like in 2019?
  • What are the salary and wage increases in store for Canadians in the next year?
  • What will be the top priorities for management and labour in collective bargaining this year?
  • What issues are driving discussion at the bargaining table in 2019 in the public and private sector?

About Allison

Photo of Allison CowanAllison Cowan is Director, Total Rewards, Human Resource and Labour Relations Research. Since joining the Conference Board in 2000, Allison has been actively involved in research in the areas of total rewards, benefits, compensation, wellness, health and safety, strategic human resource management, labour relations, learning and development, leadership, and inclusive work environments.

Allison leads the total rewards and industrial relations research practice and is actively engaged in the group’s executive networks, ongoing core research initiatives and custom research. In this capacity, Allison provides information on best practices and the latest research to leading organizations.

About Monica

Photo of Monica HaberlMonica Haberl joined the Conference Board in 2015 as a Research Associate and Network Manager with the Organizational Performance division. She works with the Compensation Research Centre and the Council for Industrial Relations Executives. She has completed research in a variety of areas including total rewards, industrial relations, talent management, leadership and engagement.

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