Compensation is still the key motivator for employees to stay with an organization or choose one position over another. How competitive is your organization?
Implementing a robust compensation strategy strengthens your current operations and supports the acquisition of both the recruitment and retention of qualified workers. By providing HR solutions such as training and certification, you can reduce the skills gaps within your organization.
ECO Canada’s Compensation Guide 2020 edition includes data and responses from over 3,200 employers and workers and over 8,000 Canadian environmental jobs.
What’s in the Guide?
- Benchmarking data to ensure your organization maintains a competitive advantage
- HR insights and trends based on data from Canadian employers
- Compensation data by occupation, industry and focus area
- Regional salary data and geographic breakdowns
- Benefits offered: broken down by organization size, type and industry
Why Purchase this Guide?
By 2029, the number of environmental jobs will expand to 38% above 2019 levels.
While other markets face long recoveries ahead, forecasts for environmental employment demand are positive with job openings anticipated to approach a quarter-million by 2029, through a combination of new job growth and retirement.
Currently, environmental employers are challenged with finding the right candidates for an average of 46% of environmental positions within 13 Environmental Focus Areas.
Investing in human capital is vital for the advancement of your business and the success of Canada’s green economy. Workforce attraction, retention and development strategies could help sustain an adequate supply of talent in the weeks, months and years to come!
Use our Compensation Guide to ensure that your organization measures up and is prepared to meet the challenges of the labour market with the right tools in place.