EVENTS

2019 Seminar

2019 Compensation & Economic Forecast Vancouver Seminar

British Columbia, HR Trends Report
Sheh Shojaee, CPHR BC & Yukon, Director of Operations & Strategic HR

Sheh Shojaee, from CPHR BC & Yukon, will review the Western Canadian HR Trends report to provide insight into a number of current Human Resources trends and the potential impact on BC businesses.

Compensation & Economic Forecast Seminar
Gail Evans, President, The Wynford Group

Over the last year, the Canadian economy has been impacted by a variety of factors both foreign and domestic. The economy has been particularly strong over the last few years with some industries showing great stability and growth. Will this trend continue amid several key challenges it faces in 2019? This seminar will provide insights into:

  • Salary projections and human capital strategies for 2019 from Wynford's latest Compensation Projection Flash Survey .
  • Impact the economy has on compensation trends in Canada and specific regions and industries based on the Canadian Salary Survey data.
Does your Organization have an effective Incentive Strategy in place?

Gail will provide insight into various incentive strategies that your organization can use to remain competitive and attract the markets top talent:

  • Identifying a Total Rewards strategy that clearly communicates and aligns with organization goals
  • Short-term incentive strategies
  • Long-term incentive strategies
  • Employee Share Ownership (ESOP) versus Employee Share Purchase Plans (ESPP)

Vancouver

  • Breakfast/Webinar
    February 27th, 2019

  • Time:
    Registration - 7:30 ~ 8:00am
    Speakers - 8:00 ~ 10:30am
  • Location:
    Coast Coal Harbour Hotel
    1180 W Hastings St, Vancouver, BC V6E 4R5
  • Cost:
    CPHR BC and Yukon Member: $55
    Non-member: $65
This workshop may be eligible for CPD points with CPHR BC & Yukon
2019 Seminar

2019 Compensation & Economic Forecast Toronto Seminar

Over the last year, the Canadian economy has been impacted by a variety of factors both foreign and domestic. It has been particularly strong over the last few years with some industries showing great stability and growth. Will this trend continue amid several key challenges it faces in 2019? As Human Resources professionals react to Canada's turbulent economy, organizations must establish total reward strategies that can respond effectively to the changing environment. This seminar will provide insights into:

  • Wynford's latest Compensation Projection Flash Survey, completed December 2018, providing salary projections and human capital strategies for 2019.
  • A look at the impact the economy has on compensation trends in Canada and specific regions with a deeper dive into specific industries based on our national Canadian Salary Survey data.
Does your Organization have an effective Incentive Strategy in place?

Gail will provide insight into various incentive strategies that your organization can use to remain competitive and attract the markets top talent:

  • Identifying a Total Rewards strategy to clearly communicate and align organization goals with top performing employees
  • Short-term incentive strategies
  • Long-term incentive strategies
  • Employee Share Ownership (ESOP) versus Employee Share Purchase Plans (ESPP)

Toronto

  • Breakfast/Webinar
    March 8th, 2019

  • Time:
    Registration - 7:30 ~ 8:00am
    Speakers - 8:00 ~ 10:30am
  • Location:
    Toronto Region Board of Trade
    77 Adelaide Street West, Toronto, ON M5X 1C1
  • Cost:
    HRPA or Toronto Region Board of Trade Member: $55
    Non-member: $65
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2018 Seminar

13th Annual Compensation and Economic Update

Alberta HR Trends Report
Dan Boucher, CPHR Alberta, Director Research

Dan Boucher from CPHR Alberta will review the 2018 HR Trends report to examine employee engagement, human resources trends and the potential impacts.

Total Rewards in a Turbulent Economy
Gail Evans, President, The Wynford Group

In Alberta, we are yet again facing turbulence in international relations, the economy and major infrastructure projects. Some professionals are waiting for the clouds to clear and reveal the full impact of these economic situations, while the most progressive Human Resources leaders are adapting Total Rewards and Human Capital strategies to meet the demands of this dynamic environment. Is your organization prepared for what comes next?

Gail will provide insight into Canada's current economic landscape with a focus on the Total Rewards strategies by discussing:

  • The latest economic and compensation trends impacting Alberta and Canada from the Canadian Salary Surveys
  • How organizations can develop adaptable Total Reward strategies to "brave" the current storms
  • Minimum wage increases and the implications for businesses in Alberta
  • Incentive Strategies - How to customize your variable pay programs to increase organizational resilience and response time to the every-changing environment, market practices, and demographic trends.
  • 2019 Salary projections collected and analyzed in real time.

Calgary

  • Breakfast/Webinar
    October 31th, 2018

  • Time:
    Registration - 7:30 ~ 8:00am
    Speakers - 8:00 ~ 10:30am
  • Location:
    Hotel Arts
    119 12th Avenue SW Calgary, Alberta
  • Cost:
    CPHR Alberta Member: $65
    Non-member: $80

Edmonton

  • Breakfast/Webinar
    October 18th, 2018

  • Time:
    Registration - 7:30 ~ 8:00am
    Speakers - 8:00 ~ 10:30am
  • Location:
    Alberta Innovates
    250 Karl Clark Rd., Edmonton, Alberta
  • Cost:
    CHPR Alberta Member: $65
    Non-member: $80
Continental Breakfast will be served

PLEASE NOTE: THIS EVENT IS ELIGIBLE FOR RE-CERTIFICATION CREDITS TOWARDS YOUR CHRP DESIGNATION RENEWAL
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2018 Seminar

2018 Salary Projections and Trends

The Canadian Economy has been very turbulent in the last few years but now showing surprising strength in 2017. Ontario has been particularly strong with some industry sectors showing continuing growth. Will this be sustained in 2018?

As trends can change rather quickly, organizations must establish total reward strategies that can respond and adapt effectively to the changing environment. This seminar will provide:

  • Interpretation of Wynford's latest National Flash Survey, completed December 2017, providing salary projections and compensation trends for 2018.
  • Discussion of the Implications of these economic and compensation trends for the Canadian and Ontario marketplaces and specific industries based on our national Canadian Salary Surveys.
Does your Organization have an effective Incentive Strategy in place?

Gail will provide insight into how to evolve a more resilient structure and HR "brand" for your Human Capital to withstand to ongoing changes through:

  • Addressing demographics and technological shifts important to your HR strategy.
  • Discussing why organizations need a Total Rewards Brand and strategy.
  • Identifying how you can develop a Total Rewards Brand as a tool to clearly communicate and align organization goals with total reward strategies.

Toronto

  • Breakfast/Webinar
    February 9th, 2018

  • Time:
    Registration - 7:30 ~ 8:00am
    Speakers - 8:00 ~ 10:30am
  • Location:
    Yorkville Conference Centre
    150 Bloor St W, Toronto
  • Cost:
    HRPA Member: $55
    Non-member: $65
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2018 Seminar

2018 Salary Projections and Trends

The Canadian Economy has been very turbulent in the last few years but is now showing surprising strength in 2017. Over the past few years, British Columbia's economy has been particularly strong but can this growth be sustained in 2018?

As trends can change rather quickly, organizations must establish total reward strategies that can respond and adapt effectively to the changing environment. This seminar will include:

British Columbia HR Trends Report
Kara Douglas, CPHR BC & Yukon, Manager Marketing and Communications

Kara Douglas, from CPHR BC & Yukon, will review the Western Canadian HR Trends report to provide insight into a number of current Human Resources trends and the potential impact on BC businesses.

Using Total Rewards to Drive Organizational Sustainability
Gail Evans, President, The Wynford Group

  • Wynford's National Flash Survey � includes salary projections and compensation trends for 2018.
  • Implications of economic and compensation trends for the Canadian and British Columbia marketplaces.
Does your Organization have a Total Rewards Brand that Works?

  • Demographics and technological shifts important to your HR strategy.
  • Why organizations need a Total Rewards Brand and strategy.
  • Develop a Total Rewards Brand to clearly communicate and align organization goals with total reward strategies.

Vancouver

  • Breakfast/Webinar
    March 8th, 2018

  • Time:
    Registration - 7:30 ~ 8:00am
    Speakers - 8:00 ~ 10:30am
  • Location:
    Coast Coal Harbour Hotel
    1180 W Hastings St, V6E 4R5
  • Cost:
    CPHR Member: $50
    Non-member: $65
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2018 Seminar

12th Annual Compensation and Economic Update

Alberta HR Trends Report
Dan Boucher, CPHR Alberta, Director Research

Dan Boucher, CPHR AB's Research Director, will provide insights from the Fall 2017 Western Canada HR Trends that will provide insight into a number of current Human Resources Trends including the potential impact of recent Labour Legislation in Alberta.

Nurturing Human Capital To Drive Organizational Sustainability
Gail Evans, President, The Wynford Group

In Alberta, while many of us are waiting for more external economic opportunities to present themselves, the most astute organizations are looking at their internal opportunities. Cultural and technological shifts are changing what employees are looking for in an employer and what motivates them.

Gail will provide insight into how to evolve a more resilient structure and HR "brand" for your Human Capital to withstand to ongoing changes through:

  • Interpretation of the impact of the latest economic and compensation trends for the Alberta and Canadian marketplace from THE Wynford Group's Canadian Compensation Surveys.
  • Discussion of catalysts for developing a resilient organizational culture to support Employee Engagement and Human Capital Retention including:
    • Addressing demographics and technological shifts important to your HR strategy
    • Incentive strategies that use specific metrics to increase productivity and engagement
    • Using Total Rewards Branding to clearly communicate and align organization goals with total reward strategies

Calgary

  • Breakfast/Webinar
    October 24th, 2017

  • Time:
    Registration - 7:30 ~ 8:00am
    Speakers - 8:00 ~ 10:30am
  • Location:
    Hotel Arts
    119 12th Avenue SW Calgary, Alberta
  • Cost:
    CPHR Alberta Member: $65
    Non-member: $80

Edmonton

  • Breakfast/Webinar
    October 17th, 2017

  • Time:
    Registration - 7:30 ~ 8:00am
    Speakers - 8:00 ~ 10:30am
  • Location:
    Alberta Innovates
    250 Karl Clark Rd., Edmonton, Alberta
  • Cost:
    CPHR Alberta Member: $65
    Non-member: $80
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Total Rewards/Compensation Insights and Forecasts for 2017

It is official! Canada's economy has turned the corner! But, while the economy is starting to stabilize, there are still global forces of uncertainty that impacts different part of Canada in different ways such as: the new US President, continuing turmoil in the Middle East, climate change...... What can your organization do to effectively manage Total Rewards in this ongoing uncertainty?

Adapting Total Rewards to a Changing Environment
Gail Evans, President, The Wynford Group

With the continuing uncertainty in the Canadian economy, it is more important than ever to monitor the business landscape. Organizations have weathered the worst of the recession, but the future isn't all sunshine. Canada's trusted sources of growth aren't promising the same yields now, and "business as usual" won't create the same results in the future.

Adapting your Human Capital Management strategies will be essential to motivating your employees to produce more and create new opportunities. Learn how to make these changes for your organization through:

  • Salary Projections and Compensation Trends from The Wynford Group's national Flash survey results as of January 2017.
  • Understanding of the impact of the latest economic and compensation trends for the Canadian marketplace and specific industries.
  • Focus on Incentive Strategies: Total Reward strategies to boost productivity and engagement in the current environment.

Toronto

  • Breakfast/Webinar
    March 3rd, 2017

  • Time:
    Registration - 7:30 ~ 8:00am
    Speakers - 8:00 ~ 10:30am
  • Location:
    Yorkville Conference Centre
    150 Bloor St W, Toronto
  • Cost:
    HRPA Member: $50
    Non-member: $65

Continental Breakfast will be served
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2018 Seminar

Total Rewards/Compensation Insights and Forecasts for 2017

It is official! Canada's economy has turned the corner! But, while the economy is starting to stabilize, there are still global forces of uncertainty that impacts different part of Canada in different ways such as: the new US President, continuing turmoil in the Middle East, climate change...... What can your organization do to effectively manage Total Rewards in this ongoing uncertainty?

BC HR Trends Report
Baldev Gill, HRMA Chief Operating Officer

Baldev will provide insights for 2017 British Columbia's HR Trends report that will provide BC Labour market trends and BC industry benchmarks that you can use to support your Human Capital decisions.

Adapting Total Rewards to a Changing Environment
Gail Evans, President, The Wynford Group

With the continuing uncertainty in the Canadian economy, it is more important than ever to monitor the business landscape. Organizations have weathered the worst of the recession, but the future isn't all sunshine. Canada's trusted sources of growth aren't promising the same yields now, and "business as usual" won't create the same results in the future.

Adapting your Human Capital Management strategies will be essential to motivating your employees to produce more and create new opportunities. Learn how to make these changes for your organization through:

  • Salary Projections and Compensation Trends from The Wynford Group's national Flash survey results as of January 2017.
  • Understanding of the impact of the latest economic and compensation trends for the Canadian marketplace and specific industries.
  • Focus on Incentive Strategies: Total Reward strategies to boost productivity and engagement in the current environment.

Vancouver

  • Breakfast/Webinar
    March 8th, 2017

  • Time:
    Registration - 7:30 ~ 8:00am
    Speakers - 8:00 ~ 10:30am
  • Location:
    Sandman Downtown
    180 W Georgia St, Vancouver, BC
  • Cost:
    HRMA Member: $50
    Non-member: $65

Continental Breakfast will be served