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The Power of Appreciation: Rewards and Recognition Practices in Canadian Organizations

In the summer of 2016, The Conference Board of Canada surveyed Canadian organizations on their rewards and recognition programs, practices, and budgets. The Power of Appreciation shares the findings of that survey, including the types of programs in place, rewards given, cost, and areas of successes and challenges.

Report | 50 pages | June 2017 | Nicole Stewart | The Conference Board of Canada

Le pouvoir de l’appréciation : pratiques des organisations canadiennes en matière de reconnaissance et de récompenses

Durant l’été 2016, le Conference Board du Canada a sondé des organisations canadiennes sur leurs programmes, pratiques et budgets en matière de récompenses et de reconnaissance. Le pouvoir de l’appréciation présente les conclusions de cette enquête, y compris les types de programmes en place, les récompenses données, le coût, ainsi que les aspects réussis et ceux qui représentent des défis.Cette publication comprend un résumé en français, suivi d’une version anglaise du rapport intégral.

Rapport | 53 pages | June 2017 | Nicole Stewart | Le Conference Board du Canada

25 Truths about Health Care: Insights from the 17th Annual Health Care Conference

Companies are taking a more holistic approach to their wellness programs by expanding them to include emotional and financial health.

Conference Key Notes | 20 pages | May 2017 | The Conference Board, Inc.

L’arrivée sur le marché du travail : Rémunération et perfectionnement des nouveaux diplômés et des étudiants salariés

Les organisations cherchent à recruter de jeunes employés talentueux à des postes de premier échelon. La présente note de recherche examine les salaires et les traitements horaires des nouveaux diplômés et des étudiants salariés, tout en explorant d’autres aspects pouvant intéresser les organisations qui veulent recruter, perfectionner et maintenir en poste des employés récemment diplômés.

Résumé | 52 pages | May 2017 | Monica Haberl | Le Conference Board du Canada

New to the Workforce: Compensating and Developing Recent-Graduate and Student Employees

Organizations are looking to attract top young talent into entry-level roles. This briefing explores salaries and hourly wages for new graduate and student-level employees, and discusses some key considerations for organizations looking to attract, develop, and retain new graduate employees.

Briefing | 48 pages | May 2017 | Monica Haberl | The Conference Board of Canada

What’s Your Plan? Retirement Savings and Pension Plans in Canadian Organizations

This briefing uses data from a Conference Board of Canada survey conducted in the summer of 2016 to explore the prevalence of different types of retirement savings and pension plans, employer and employee contribution rates, and plan costs.

Briefing | 25 pages | February 2017 | Kathryn Papke | The Conference Board of Canada

Quel est votre régime? Régimes d’épargne-retraite et de pensions des organisations canadiennes

Cette note de recherche reprend les données du sondage effectué par le Conference Board du Canada durant l’été 2016 pour évaluer la prévalence des régimes d’épargne-retraite et de pensions, leur coût et les taux des cotisations patronales et salariales.

Résumé | 28 pages | February 2017 | Kathryn Papke | Le Conference Board du Canada

Compensation Planning Outlook 2017: Mid-Year Pulse Check

The Conference Board of Canada conducted a Compensation Planning Outlook 2017 Mid-Year Pulse Check survey throughout December 2016. The purpose of the survey was to see whether organizations are adjusting their projected pay plans for 2017. The results show that current projected salary increases are in line with what was originally projected in the summer of 2016.

Report | 13 pages | February 2017 | Heather McAteer | The Conference Board of Canada

Compensation Planning Outlook 2017: Regional Snapshot—Quebec

Quebec’s economy has been advancing at a moderate pace over the last few years. The average pay increase for non-unionized employees in Quebec is projected to be 2.5 per cent in 2017.

Briefing | 5 pages | December 2016 | Heather McAteer | The Conference Board of Canada

Perspectives en matière de régimes de rémunération 2017 : Québec

L’économie québécoise connaît depuis quelques années une croissance modérée. Les employés québécois syndiqués devraient voir leur salaire augmenter en moyenne de 2,5 % en 2017.

Note de recherche | 5 pages | December 2016 | Heather McAteer | Le Conference Board du Canada

Compensation Planning Outlook 2017: Regional Snapshot—Alberta

Salary increases in 2017 are, once again, predicted to be significantly below the national average of 2.2 per cent. The projected average salary increase for non-unionized employees is 1.4 per cent.

Briefing | 6 pages | December 2016 | Heather McAteer | The Conference Board of Canada

Compensation Planning Outlook 2017: Regional Snapshot—Ontario

In line with the national picture, weak business investment in Ontario has shifted the burden of economic growth to consumers. The 2017 projected salary increase for non-unionized employees is 2.4 per cent—slightly above the expected inflation rate of 2.0 per cent.

Briefing | 6 pages | December 2016 | Heather McAteer | The Conference Board of Canada

Employee Time Off: A Look at Paid and Unpaid Leaves in Canada

Today’s workforce is made up of a diverse group of Canadians from multiple generations and life stages. With this in mind, employers are offering a range of paid and unpaid leaves to acknowledge the varied priorities of today’s workers. Many organizations are choosing to top-up parental leaves with additional time off or provide additional vacation and flex time in order to attract and retain talent. The Conference Board of Canada has just released a new briefing, Out of Office: Paid and Unpaid Leaves in Canadian Organizations that benchmarks leave practices for vacation, holidays and office closures, family and parental leaves, as well as a variety of other legislated and non-legislated leaves—including new parent leave, eldercare leave, flex days, religious observance days, and many more.

Recorded Webinar | December 2016 | Monica Haberl | The Conference Board of Canada

Personalized Medicine: The First Step in Personalized Healthcare

We live in a world where a simple genetic test can ensure employees receive the exact drug required to meet their unique health needs—all based on their genetic make-up. Personalized medicine is an area of increasing interest to both employers sponsoring benefits plans and employees who receive coverage. Many employers are curious to know if and how personalized medicine could benefit their organization and what it means for the future of employer-sponsored healthcare.

Recorded Webinar | November 2016 | The Conference Board of Canada

Compensation Planning Outlook Webinar for 2017

Each year, the Conference Board’s Compensation Planning Outlook provides a reliable forecast for Compensation and HR professionals across the country. This expert interpretation of original research is essential for any organization looking to ensure that they are able to secure the talent they need to succeed in an increasingly competitive marketplace. Based on the insights gleaned from hundreds of organizations who participated in the 2017 Compensation Planning Outlook Survey, this webinar will provide key information to assist in your compensation planning process. Find out where pay plans are headed and how your organization’s compensation strategies stack up against the competition. Arm yourself with the latest information to benchmark your organization, and pose your questions to the experts.

Recorded Webinar | November 2016 | Allison Cowan | The Conference Board of Canada

Compensation Planning Outlook 2017

Organizations are planning muted base salary increases for 2017. The expected increase for the private sector is 2.3 per cent; for the public sector, it is 2.0 per cent.

Report | 63 pages | October 2016 | Heather McAteer | The Conference Board of Canada

Perspectives en matière de régimes de rémunération 2017

Les organisations prévoient des augmentations modérées des salaires de base en 2017. La hausse anticipée est de 2,3 % dans le secteur privé et de 2 % dans le secteur public. Cette publication comprend un résumé en français, suivi d'une version anglaise du rapport intégral.

Résumé | 70 pages | October 2016 | Heather McAteer | Le Conference Board du Canada

CEO and Executive Compensation Practices: 2016 Edition

Only one of the 25 highest-paid CEOs in 2015 delivered exceptional share price performance during the year, while seven saw their total compensation fall—in one case, by almost 80 per cent.

Report | 149 pages | October 2016 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Loin du bureau : Les congés payés et non payés dans les organisations canadiennes

Loin du bureau résume les données concernant divers types de congés. La note de recherche est fondée sur les résultats recueillis dans le cadre de l’enquête sur les Perspectives en matière de régimes de rémunération de 2015, menée par le Conference Board du Canada auprès de 370 organisations plutôt moyennes et grandes.

Résumé | 62 pages | October 2016 | Monica Haberl | Le Conference Board du Canada

Out of Office: Paid and Unpaid Leaves in Canadian Organizations

Out of the Office summarizes data on various types of leaves. The briefing is based on results from The Conference Board of Canada’s Compensation Planning Outlook 2016 survey of 370 predominantly large- and medium-sized organizations.Register for the Paid and Unpaid Leaves Webinar on December 8, 2016 at 3:00pm ET.

Briefing | 59 pages | October 2016 | Monica Haberl | The Conference Board of Canada

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