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Sectoral Studies
HR Surveys
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Prep for the Future - Issues and Challenges Facing the Canadian Collision Repair
Industry. Based on a survey of HR managers and employees.
Human Resources and
Skills Development Canada
(HRSDC), 2000 (with Yaroslav Zajak and Geoff Golder of
KPMG). [view]

Human Resource Study of the Food Retail Sector. Based on a survey of HR managers
and employees.
HRSDC, 1997.

Human Resource Study of the Grocery Manufacturing Sector. Based on a survey of HR
managers and employees.
Canadian Grocery Products Council, 1996.

Career Survey of Technicians and Technologists. Based on an employee survey.
Industrial Adjustment Service, 1991.

Human Resource Study of the Steel Industry. Based on a survey and interviews of HR
managers.
Canadian Steel Trades and Employment Congress, 1991.

Training for World Trade: An Industry Survey. Based on a survey of HR managers.

Industrial Adjustment Service
, 1990.

Training and the High-Tech Sector. Based on a survey of HR managers of high-tech
companies.
Canadian Labour Market and Productivity Centre (CLMPC), 1990.

Other Sectoral Studies
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Human Resource Study of the Construction Sector. Geographical mobility estimates
based on the ROE data.
Construction Sectoral Council, 2003.

Leadership Survey. Survey of business and labour leaders on workplace issues.
CLMPC, 1996, 1998, 2000.

Training for Critical Skills. Based on the AETS. Background study for: Stepping Up:
Skills and Opportunities in the Knowledge Economy, 2000.
Advisory Council on
Science and Technology
, Expert Panel on Critical Skills, 1999. [view]

Key Sector Indicators. Development of key indicators of employment, training, and
productivity, based on data from various surveys, the Census, and administrative
data.
HRSDC, 1998.

Canadian Business Speaks Out on Access to Capital.
CLMPC, 1995.