These reports are divided into four key areas - Compensation, Dealing with Issues in the Workplace, Labour Market Forecast, Labour Market Statistics – that benchmark industry issues and trends that human resources professionals can reference when making future talent management decisions.
Just over half of organizations (56%) have a compensation framework to maintain competitiveness.
The majority (65%) of Manitoba organizations expect the average base salaries at their organization to increase in 2020. Almost none (<1%) expect salaries to decrease.
One-third (34%) of Manitoba organizations maintain compliance with the Canadian Psychological Health and Safety Standard.
Two-thirds (69%) of Manitoba organizations have trained in-house investigators who could investigate a complaint of harassment or bullying in the workplace.
Just over half (56%) of Manitoba organizations believe their people leaders are adequately trained to appropriately enact progressive discipline actions. Over one-third (36%) believe they are not adequately trained.
One-in-five (19%) Manitoba organizations saw an increase in workplace harassment and bullying complaints in the past twelve months.