CareerWise is always on the lookout for the latest reports related to career development. Here are three reports that we found interesting this week.
Creating wage parity in community care (Ontario Nonprofit Network)
There is a rapidly intensifying human resource crisis in non-profits delivering care, which means longer wait times, gaps in services and intense pressure on organizations to take on more with less. This paper outlines eight solutions to make wage parity a reality.
Graduates of 2010 to 2018 receiving payments from the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) program in 2020 (Statistics Canada)
This study shows that 2010 to 2018 graduates were less likely to receive CERB payments than the general working population overall; however, those who graduated with a college-level certificate or a college-level diploma in 2018 were more likely to have received the CERB than the “all workers” category. “Visual and performing arts, and communications technologies” graduates were the most likely to receive CERB payments.
An analysis of employee turnover in cannabis retail (Headset)
This report finds a significant challenge in employee retention for cannabis retail sales employes, with 32.5% of “budtenders” in Canada having been hired and left within the past 12 months. The report indicates that Canada’s average budtender turnover in the past 12 months was 56.4%.