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Updated: December 9, 2021
Each year, the Conference Board’s Compensation Planning Outlook provides a trusted forecast for compensation and HR professionals across the country. This report gives the most up-to-date data, essential for any organization looking to secure the talent they need to succeed in an increasingly competitive marketplace.
The Compensation Planning Outlook summarizes the results of the Conference Board’s annual survey. This data briefing will discuss the effect of the vaccine rollout, the 35 and how employers are responding.
Based on the insights of 363 Canadian organizations—representing over 1 million employees—that participated in the Compensation Planning Outlook 2022 survey, this data briefing provides comprehensive information on:
* Data for unionized employees will be presented in the Labour Relations Outlook 2022: The Bargaining Environment (forthcoming)
Projected 2022 salary increase for non-unionized employees
Organizations that exceeded short-term incentive target payouts
Organizations planning a 2022 pay freeze across all employee groups
Organizations that do not yet have preliminary 2022 budget recommendations
This follow-up to the Compensation Planning Outlook 2022 explores how organizations are adjusting their projected pay plans for the coming year.
Based on insights from the 219 organizations that participated in the pulse check, this data briefing provides information on:
Organizations revising 2022 planned salary increases
“I can always count on The Conference Board of Canada to give me the most up-to-date and accurate salary planning data. Year after year, I eagerly await this trusted publication to plan my company’s salary range adjustments and merit budget.”
The pandemic has super-spread disruption, transforming the way we work like never before. In March 2020, what was long considered improbable for many organizations—a remote workforce—became an immediate reality. Now with the vaccine rollout well under way, organizations are beginning to consider what the workplace of the not-so-distant future will look like.
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The labour force changed irreversibly after COVID-19 struck in 2020. Now, the path to recovery has changed for labour relations leaders, with new challenges posed/on the horizon. The Labour Relations Outlook 2021 will explore the economic, compensation, and negotiating environments in which labour relations leaders will find themselves heading into bargaining in 2021.
As provinces and territories move to vaccinate Canadians against COVID-19, employers are faced with an unprecedented challenge: how to fulfill their duty to ensure a safe work environment without the power to mandate vaccinations. The Conference Board of Canada asked employers across the country about their vaccination policy plans, and whether accommodations will be made for employees who won’t—or can’t—roll up their sleeves
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