Labour Relations Outlook
Perspectives From the Bargaining Table
The Labour Relations Outlook explores key themes in collective bargaining, such as forecasted wage increases for unionized employees in 2023, the post-pandemic union–management climate, and key bargaining priorities and challenges that are expected to come up at the bargaining table this year.
Key Issues Addressed in Part 2
|Labour Relations||Priorities and Challenges||Labour Market||Labour Shortage|
|The current labour relations climate||The top bargaining priorities and challenges for 2023||Strategies to improve attraction and retention in Canada’s still-tight labour market||Approaches that unions and employers are using to mitigate the labour shortage|
Part 2 of the Labour Relations Outlook, explores insights revealed through a series of executive roundtables and interviews with labour relations leaders, encompassing both employer and union perspectives.
Part 1: The Bargaining Environment
Part 1 of the Labour Relations Outlook takes a quantitative approach, providing Canadian labour relations professionals with an overview of the current economic environment and exploring projected wage increases and salary freezes for unionized employees in 2023.
Key Issues Addressed in Part 1
|Overview||Wage Increases||Salary Freezes|
|A brief overview of the current economic environment||Projected 2023 wage increases for unionized employees, broken down by region, industry, and sector||Projected salary freezes for unionized organizations in 2023|
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