Each week, CERIC is on the lookout for the latest reports related to career development. Here are four reports that we found interesting this week:
This report explores the different types and number of accommodations commonly required in the workplace; whether those needs were met; and, the reasons why, in some instances, needs for accommodations went unmet.
This report finds many people are leaving US higher education institutions with employment opportunities that fall short of initial expectations, as thousands of schools are providing minimal economic benefit to those who enroll.
This report profiles first-year university students in Canada, examining their demographic makeup, motivation for attending university, educational experiences, goal development and more.
Bridging the Gap: How compensation practices can reduce the gender wage gap in Ontario Nonprofits (Ontario Nonprofit Network)
The aim of this guide is to assist senior leaders and boards of directors to assess what compensation practices they have in their organizations and what they can do to ensure women earn fair wages, especially immigrant, racialized and Indigenous women, women with disabilities and women who are part of the LGBTQ2+ community.
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