Compensation Planning Outlook 2017: Regional Snapshot—Ontario

The Conference Board of Canada, 6 pages, December 20, 2016
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In line with the national picture, weak business investment in Ontario has shifted the burden of economic growth to consumers. The 2017 projected salary increase for non-unionized employees is 2.4 per cent—slightly above the expected inflation rate of 2.0 per cent.

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Compensation Planning Outlook is an annual survey on compensation and human resources practices in Canada conducted by The Conference Board of Canada. In June 2016, a questionnaire was sent to 2,245 predominantly large and medium-sized Canadian organizations. A total of 383 respondents across Canada participated in the survey, including 185 respondents from Ontario. According to the Compensation Planning Outlook 2017 survey, the average pay increase for non-unionized employees in Ontario is projected to be 2.4 per cent in 2017—slightly above the expected inflation rate of 2.0 per cent.

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