Canadian Labour Market and Productivity Centre

Viewpoints '98 - Regional Analysis of Results (1999)

In 1998, the Canadian Labour Market and Productivity Centre (CLMPC) surveyed Canadian business, labour, and public sector leaders to explore their views on major economic issues and potential solutions, alternative work arrangements, demographic issues, and the current state of labour/management relations in Canada.

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2008-01-18

Changing Times, New Ways of Working (1997)

Alternative Working Arrangements and Changes in Working Time

As the world of work changes in response to forces like globalization, technological advances and competition, more and more workplaces are turning to new work arrangements such as flextime, job sharing and part-time work. This report provides analysis of the impact, costs and benefits of alternative approaches to work arrangements and working time.

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2007-11-07

Capital, Community and Jobs (1998)

Local Solutions for Financing Investments in a New Economy

In recent years, issues pertaining to access to capital for productive investment have risen steadily on Canada’s public policy agenda. They have also emerged more prominently as concerns of Canadian business and labour, the two constituencies of the Canadian Labour Market and Productivity Centre (CLMPC). An important new focus for the CLMPC is a current trend towards localized financial innovations in all parts of the country.

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2007-10-25

National Seminar on the Changing Workplace (1998)

Summary of Proceedings

The number and types of jobs available in the labour market and the nature of work itself has changed significantly significantly over the past two decades. For the past several years, the Canadian Labour Market and Productivity Centre (CLMPC) has examined the phenomenon of the changing world of work, focusing on Canadian workplaces and sectors.

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2007-10-03

Viewpoints '96 (1999)

A Survey of Canadian Business, Labour, and Public Sector Leaders

The Canadian Labour Market and Productivity Centre (CLMPC) is an independent organization which seeks to improve the dialogue between labour and business in Canada. In early 1996, the CLMPC surveyed 1500 Canadian business, labour, and public sector leaders to explore their views on major economic issues and potential solutions, alternative work arrangements, and the current state of labour/management relations in Canada.

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2007-09-25

Prudence, Patience and Jobs (1999)

Pension Investment in a Changing Canadian Economy — Technical Report

Most Canadians consider pension funds as a means of providing guaranteed income to working people and their families in retirement. In this report, the Canadian Labour Market and Productivity Centre (CLMPC) examines pension funds in their second and less well-known function as economic agents.

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2007-09-17

The Role and Performance of Labour-sponsored Investment Funds in the Canadian Economy (1995)

An Institutional Profile

This research report was prepared to assist the Canadian Labour Market and Productivity Centre's (CLMPC) Task Force on Access to Capital, which has examined issues pertaining to the financing of Canadian high value - added investment. CLMPC research into labour-sponsored investment funds reflects original, detailed study of these relatively new actors in Canada's financial system.

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2007-08-28

Viewpoints '98 - Planning for Demographic Change in the Workforce (1999)

Analysis of the Business-Labour Survey and Case Study Research

This report examines both the planning for the replacement of retirees and the priority given to hiring youth. It uses economy wide evidence from the CLMPC Leadership Survey (described below) and supplements this with some workplace examples of practical actions and programs that have already been implemented.

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2007-07-19

A Search for Balance: The Case for Joint Labour-Management Responses to Adjustment (1996)

This report by the Canadian Labour Market and Productivity Centre, an independent national labour-business organization, is the culmination of an in-depth examination of adjustment and transition issues as experienced by individuals, enterprises, and sectors.

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2007-04-23

Case Studies in Adjustment to Environmental Change (1996)

This document is a companion to Greening Productivity: The Final Report of the CLMPC Task Force on Adjusting to Environmental Change and provides detailed descriptions of the cases referred to in that document. This compilation of case study research is intended to be of use to practitioners of environmental change by providing examples of good practices that have occurred at the workplace and sector levels.

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2007-04-10

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