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This report is one of a series of offerings exploring the current capabilities and potential applications of artificial intelligence in human resources.
The Conference Board, Inc. | 11 pages | March 2021
AI is poised to help compensation and benefits professionals alleviate their number one challenge: aligning total rewards strategies to business and talent strategies.
The Conference Board, Inc. | 13 pages | May 2020
Due to the wide range of readily available resources for creating malicious payloads, such as coders for hire and Software as a Service, malware is an exponentially growing issue...
The Conference Board of Canada | Recorded Webinar | May 2018
How will occupations in Abbotsford-Mission fare in the future? In this data briefing, the authors report that the region currently has the fourth-highest Automation Vulnerability...
The Conference Board of Canada | 19 pages | April 2021 | by Joel Thomson, Zafer Sonmez
How will Lethbridge’s labour force fare in the future? The city currently has the highest Automation Vulnerability Index in the Prairies and is the seventh most vulnerable region...
The Conference Board of Canada | 19 pages | April 2021 | by Joel Thomson, Zafer Sonmez
How will Saint John’s occupations fare in the future? In this data briefing, the authors report that the city currently has the highest Automation Vulnerability Index score in...
The Conference Board of Canada | 20 pages | April 2021 | by Joel Thomson, Zafer Sonmez
This issue briefing examines the Canadian funds industry’s contribution to the country’s economy through jobs, taxes paid, and the purchases it makes from other Canadian businesses...
The Conference Board of Canada | 20 pages | February 2020 | by Robyn Gibbard, Nigel Russell
National pharmacare has once again arisen as a major issue in Canada. This report assesses five models for achieving universal coverage against how well they might improve access...
The Conference Board of Canada | 58 pages | November 2018 | by Thy Dinh, Michael Law, Fiona Clement
The Conference Board of Canada and the Public Services Health and Safety Association developed an Occupational Stress Injury Resiliency tool to understand risks and prevention...
The Conference Board of Canada | 22 pages | December 2021 | by Lauren Florko, Tabatha Thibault, Erin Mills
How will Trois-Rivière’s labour force fare in the future? In this data briefing, the authors report that the city has the highest Automation Vulnerability Index score of any region...
The Conference Board of Canada | 17 pages | April 2021 | by Zafer Sonmez, Joel Thomson
How will the labour force in Windsor, Ontario, fare in the future? Windsor currently has the highest share of workers in high-risk, low-mobility occupations than any other city...
The Conference Board of Canada | 19 pages | April 2021 | by Joel Thomson, Zafer Sonmez
This is the eighth, and final, briefing in a series on how the transition to a clean energy growth economy with lower GHG emissions will be financed.
The Conference Board of Canada | 10 pages | February 2019 | by Glen Hodgson
Les débouchés économiques actuellement disponibles dans l'Inuit Nunangat ne sont pas équilibrés. Les compétences, les forces et les connaissances des Inuits peuvent contribuer...
The Conference Board of Canada | 2 pages | May 2021 | by Twiladawn Stonefish
This summary explores barriers that stakeholders in Atlantic Canada face when participating in work-integrated learning (WIL) opportunities.
The Conference Board of Canada | 2 pages | December 2020 | by Andrew Bieler
This quarterly economic forecast for the province of Prince Edward Island examines the economic outlook for the province, including gross domestic product (GDP), output by industry...
The Conference Board of Canada | 13 pages | March 2021
This impact paper on the Taku River Tlingit First Nation’s development, operation, and ownership of the Atlin hydro project offers a number of lessons on supporting and pursuing...
The Conference Board of Canada | 35 pages | January 2021 | by Amanda Thompson
La pandémie accélère les changements dans l’enseignement postsecondaire. Les options d’apprentissage virtuel, flexible et expérientiel demeurent des priorités absolues pour ce...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 24 pages | March 2022 | by Rachel Smith, Jessica Rizk, Cynthia Kumah
The arrival of automated vehicles (AVs) is imminent. This report provides an overview of the potential benefits of AVs and highlights issues that we need to start planning for—now.
The Conference Board of Canada | 72 pages | January 2015 | by Vijay Gill, Brian Flemming, Paul Godsmark, Barrie Kirk
The acceleration in “smart” technologies that will bring productivity gains and better working conditions will also bring new occupations and enterprises. But not without some...
The Conference Board of Canada | | January 2018 | by Eric Noël
L’accélération des technologies dites « intelligentes » favorisent l’automatisation, la robotisation et de nouveaux modèles...
The Conference Board of Canada | 42 pages | January 2018 | by Eric Noël
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