Useful Web Links

On-Line Resources for Hiring Managers – Website focused on a detailed breakdown of The Ontario Human Rights Code as it relates to hiring.

Hiring: A human rights guide

A guide to understanding Accessibility. Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005.

Research Reports
Mercer’s What’s WorkingTM report for Canada

More than 2,000 Canadian employees took Mercer’s latest What’s Working™ survey. The key takeaway: Compared to past surveys, employees today feel less committed and less satisfied. More than one in three is seriously looking to leave. Among younger workers, it’s four in 10. Of equal concern is indifference: The 22% who didn’t commit to staying or leaving are least satisfied and engaged.

Acknowledgement- Mercer (Canada) Limited, What’s WorkingTM report 2011

Future of Work
A national study conducted by DBM in collaboration with the Globe and Mail. A guide to the future of work for employers, employees, and prospective employees across Canada.”

Employee Branding – The Link to the Best Employers by Ted Emond (pdf)

Salary Weblinks Survey Finder. Searchable database of hundreds of compensation surveys offered from the leading survey providers.

Salary Expert
A free site. Provides salary ranges for thousands of job titles by geographic location in the U.S. and Canada using Occupational Employment Statistics and Canadian Census compensation data. All data is free online.

U.S. and Canadian Salary Surveys from Economic Research Institute
Comprehensive listing of salary surveys available from a wide variety of sources.

Working in Canada provides labour market information (LMI), like wages and outlooks.

Wowjobs –Free salary calculator, wizard and comparison tool for Canadian salaries from over 5 million jobs in Canada.

The “Big 6” Questions in Hiring and Retaining Top Talent
Free Guide Here »