HR Metrics Benchmarking 2023: Trends in Engagement and Evolving Work Practices

HR Metrics Benchmarking 2023: Trends in Engagement and Evolving Work Practices

Human Capital
Pages:34 pages34 min read

Author: Liz Marcil, Tabatha Thibault

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This data briefing summarizes the results of The Conference Board of Canada’s first quarterly 2023 HR Metrics Benchmarking survey. The data provided will enable Canadian employers to benchmark themselves against their peers and make informed decisions when curating and revising their HR programs.

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HR Metrics Benchmarking 2023: Trends in Engagement and Evolving Work Practices summarizes the data collected in the first quarterly 2023 HR Metrics Benchmarking survey. The briefing’s topics explore key HR themes that include turnover, absenteeism, recruitment, and attraction and retention, in Q1 of 2023.

Is the rate of turnover for non-unionized employees higher or lower than for unionized employees? Which industries should be most concerned about mass retirements in the next five years? How often are employees absent from work, on average? Which flexible work practices do most employers offer?

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Key findings
Introduction
Turnover rates for unionized and non-unionized employees
Retirement rates for unionized and non-unionized employees
Employee absenteeism
Job vacancies
Annual benchmarking metrics:
Average retirement age
Retirement risk
Strategies to improve attraction and retention
Trends in human resources: Employee engagement measurement
Trends in human resources: Evolving workplace practices
Conclusion
Appendix A: Glossary
Appendix B: Methodology
Appendix C: Participating organizaqtion
Appendix D: Respondent profile
Appendix E: Bibliography

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