The 2018 Human Capital Insights Report – Canada Edition helps employers cultivate a workplace that balances the physical, emotional, financial, career, and organizational aspects of wellbeing, inspiring better work.
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Bill Ziebell’s insights illustrate how employers can prepare for an integrated, connected and fast-paced future through a holistic total compensation framework structured to maximize employee engagement and become a destination employer.
Opportunities and challenges: the Canadian perspective on outperforming the competition as a destination employer
In a tight labour market, Canadian employers can stand out through an integrated approach to workforce wellbeing. Leslie Lemenager explains how this approach can lead to destination employer status.
Holly Isaman and Ali Payne discuss how community involvement, leveraging existing resources, and fully deploying the right programs and policies culminates in physical and emotional wellbeing.
Henry Toby, Mark Morency and Richard Polak demonstrate that as traditional risks are changing, a human capital approach to traditional risk management becomes essential to organizational wellbeing.
Domenico D’Alessandro, David Rowlee, and Liz Wright demonstrate how career wellbeing — career growth and development, connection to an organization’s mission, and strong professional relationships — matters to an employer’s overall health.
Ehren Baldauf, Michael DiBrina and Erin Glover spotlight the connection between culture and the work environment and how it affects wellbeing. They demonstrate how effective leaders help build a resilient workforce, and illustrate how to help leaders do so.
Melanie Jeannotte and Tom Tropp argue that because a values-based enterprise is important to employees, customers, business partners and investors, it makes development of a value-based enterprise core to organizational wellbeing.
As Canadians cope with high debt and employers cope with a labour shortage, financial wellbeing is essential to maintain engagement, argue Dean Clune and Dave Dickinson.
Ehren Baldauf, Erin Gloverand Liz Wright demonstrate how employers that create a safe and respectful workplace can improve productivity, engagement, retention and, ultimately, financial performance.