Companies spending more on attracting this talent pool
Canadian companies are finding it increasingly difficult to recruit and retain young talent – according to a new report. A study released today from Morneau Shepell found that Canadian organizations are spending more money than ever to retain post-secondary graduates in a competitive employment market. After interviewing hiring managers at 95 of Canada’s largest businesses, the study highlighted that 83% of companies participate in work-integrated learning to help identify new employees. Compared to two years ago, companies are investing more in training now – with 51% of organizations claiming to spend more than $1000 per employee per year on average.
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