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Human Capital: Four Priorities for Sustainable Economic Performance in Canada

July 10, 2020   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Nick Beynon
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Human Capital: Four Priorities for Sustainable Economic Performance in Canada

 

Over last fall and earlier this year, CPHR Canada and l’Ordre des CRHA collaborated on a series of briefing papers on key human capital issues. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the original launch date of March was postponed.

 

The paper addresses the following four issues: psychological health and safety in the workplace, diversity and inclusion, flexibility in the labour market and scarcity of qualified workers. With time, the data and conclusions are becoming stale.

 

We are posting the paper entitled Human Capital: Four Priorities for Sustainable Economic Performance in Canada today and making it available for all members.

 

A special thank you to two of our CPHR Nova Scotia members who made significant contributions to this paper: 

 

  • Mike Christie, Vice President of HR at the Halifax International Airport Authority
  • Layla Khalil, Vice President of HR at East Coast Credit Union

 

Please find the link for it here:

 

 

 

While the paper was developed pre-pandemic, many of the issues raised in it are urgent to address and even more relevant today. We hope to convene a virtual round table discussion in the fall with all provinces, and open it up to Nova Scotia members to discuss the issues raised in the paper and identify next steps required for HR professionals, businesses and governments. More information on this will be available in September.


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