These recently published or updated CERIC literature searches cover a variety of topics, from learning disabilities in the workplace to Aboriginal issues in career development, experiential learning to career development trends. For literature searches on a multitude of other topics related to career development, visit ceric.ca/literature-searches.
Published in June 2019:
Topics include: research and best practices in experiential learning; the role of experiential learning in advancing career development; impact of experiential learning in the corporate world; and an experiential learning approach to support youth development.
The following literature searches were updated in May 2019:
Topics include: organizational capability; personal and executive coaching; performance improvement; evidence-based coaching; and managerial coaching.
Topics include: early determinants of girls’ career choice; women in STEM careers; gender and leadership; apprenticeship and trades; and immigrant women.
Topics include: demographic issues; isolated communities; access to higher education; Aboriginal workforce development; and Indigenous entrepreneurship.
Topics include: workplace bullying; dyslexia; ADD; accommodation; literacy and essential skills; gender and disability; disclosing illness and disability; and Aboriginal peoples.
Topics include: duty to accommodate; stress management; depression; supported employment; return to work and vocational rehabilitation; inclusive workplaces; and role of employers.
Topics include: networking for veterans; post-war adjustment; women veterans; post-military resumes; and the transition to civilian life.
Topics include: older worker retention; age discrimination; organizational support; retirement; career satisfaction; and older women in the labour force.
Topics include: global recruiting trends; enhancing the employability of students; trends in employee development and talent management; trends in career-pathing models; hot jobs of the future; and changing job search practices.