RESEARCH

The world of work is changing. Separate hype from fact, anecdote from trend. We partner with institutes, policy makers and companies looking to pose challenging questions, to generate discussion and to make better decisions.

Ensure you have the data you need to make smart decisions for your organization.  From understanding hidden talent pools to exploring brain health in the workplace, there is no question too daunting for us to tackle. We have the tools, insights and analysis you need to make good workforce and succession planning decisions.

 

CURRENT RESEARCH PROJECTS

Retain and Gain: Career Management for Non-Profits

We are currently engaging the Canadian non-profit sector to learn how to better support busy, resource-strapped managers to engage and retain their employees.

This is a CERIC project and publication.

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A National Conversation on the Future of Work in Canada

What do career professionals from across Canada think about the Future of Work? More than 1000 career practitioners at Cannexus18 participated in a 3-day discussion and discovery creating a foundation for new resources for staff who work in employment centres and HR departments.

This project is in partnership with the Ontario Centre for Workforce Innovation, Ryerson Unviersity and the Ontario Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development. 

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Brain Health and Ageing in the Workplace

Older workers face unique workplace barriers as society grapples with how to reconcile deeply entrenched beliefs about ageing with the reality of increasing life spans.This project is focused on providing frameworks and education to support healthy workplaces for older employees.

This project is in partnership with Dr. Nasreen Khatri.

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COMPLETED STUDIES

What Every CEO Needs to know: How to Capitalize on an Ageing Workforce

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A Question of Style: Do Veterans have different working style than civilian Canadians?

STUDY OVERVIEW & PHASE 1 FINDINGS

 

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