Great Place to Work 2014 sets an international ranking of companies where it’s good to work. It lists the organizations that offer the best conditions to their employees. Close-up view on the classification of Canadian companies.
Canadian companies have been too slow in adopting digital technologies. The consequence: according to the Internet Association, the country’s competitiveness in this field is being questioned and they are urging the Canadian government and companies to respond.
The energy sector dominates again this year in current and projected salary increases. This is according to the 2014-2015 Canadian Compensation Planning Survey including responses from almost 700 employers. Alberta and Saskatchewan reported the highest increases...
Two surveys conducted by Towers Watson reveal that businesses struggle to attract and retain employees, especially top performers and high-potential employees. The main issues are that companies do not meet candidates’ and employees’ needs for job security, nor is there confidence in senior leadership.
Environmental initiatives, impact on the local community, treatment of employees, supply chain management, etc. Based on various indicators, Sustainalytics, a global agency for research and analysis of sustainable development, has just published the ranking of the 50 best-performing companies on social responsibility in Canada.