Browse by Topic - Human Resources

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This ongoing series examines the HR practices and metrics of Canadian organizations, specifically around turnover, recruitment, organizational design, absence, safety, and training...
The Conference Board of Canada | Online Experience | September 2022 | by Lauren Florko
This report examines the implications of the latest C-Suite Outlook survey results for marketing and communications executives.
The Conference Board, Inc. | 13 pages | August 2022
Training and development are important considerations when employees are deciding to accept a position or stay in their job. This research explores how Canadian organizations invested...
The Conference Board of Canada | 17 pages | August 2022 | by Lauren Florko, Tabatha Thibault
La formation et le développement professionnel sont l’une des principales considérations des employés lorsqu’ils décident d’accepter un nouveau poste ou de rester dans une organisation...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 19 pages | August 2022 | by Lauren Florko, Tabatha Thibault
This issue briefing looks at promoting hybrid work, the most common action that leaders in Canadian organizations are taking to attract and retain employees.
The Conference Board of Canada | 12 pages | August 2022
The pandemic has galvanized development of new HR practices and conceptual frameworks at companies including BMW, Merck, McDonald’s, and Volkswagen.
The Conference Board, Inc. | 14 pages | August 2022
This ongoing series examines the HR practices and metrics of Canadian organizations, specifically around turnover, engagement, diversity and inclusion, absence, and health and...
The Conference Board of Canada | Website | July 2022 | by Lauren Florko
This report, part of an ongoing series examining the HR practices and metrics of Canadian organizations, looks at vacancy rates, new hires, internally filled roles, and time to...
The Conference Board of Canada | 14 pages | July 2022 | by Lauren Florko, Tabatha Thibault
Ce rapport, qui fait partie d'une série d’analyses sur les pratiques et les données en matière de RH des organisations canadiennes, examine les taux de postes vacants, les nouvelles...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 15 pages | July 2022 | by Lauren Florko, Tabatha Thibault
This issue briefing addresses the debate over the setting and perceived impact of minimum wage increases and suggests some simple benchmarks.
The Conference Board of Canada | 12 pages | July 2022 | by Ted Mallett
At 60%, job satisfaction is the highest it has been in a decade. A recovering labor market and easing of COVID-19 worries may have contributed to the rise.
The Conference Board, Inc. | 16 pages | June 2022
Benchmarks for Internal & External Coaching Practices
The Conference Board, Inc. | 68 pages | June 2022
Rapid Changes in the Corporate Communications Function
The Conference Board, Inc. | 68 pages | June 2022
After surging in 2020, global labor productivity—defined as GDP per hour worked—stagnated in 2021 and is forecast to stagnate again in 2022.
The Conference Board, Inc. | 13 pages | June 2022
The views of more than 100 CHROs of major global and regional companies about how to make the transition to the future state of human capital they envision.
The Conference Board, Inc. | 15 pages | June 2022
Opportunities for Firms with Help from Government to Better Serve the US Multicultural Consumer.
The Conference Board, Inc. | 12 pages | June 2022
The risks of speaking up or staying silent
The Conference Board, Inc. | 7 pages | June 2022
This issue briefing looks at how the COVID-19 pandemic has changed Canada’s labour markets and what employers need to do in response.
The Conference Board of Canada | 11 pages | June 2022
This ongoing series examines the HR practices and metrics of Canadian organizations, specifically around turnover, engagement, diversity and inclusion, absence, and health and...
The Conference Board of Canada | Website | June 2022 | by Lauren Florko
A framework aimed at helping human capital leaders envisage what the future of work means for their business and people strategies.
The Conference Board, Inc. | 16 pages | June 2022
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