On-line survey on public perceptions about career development and the workplace

Commissioned by CERIC, this 2010 Environics survey focuseson topics that pertain to the Canadian workplace and how Canadians approach their own career development.

Just some of the questions explored include: Where do Canadians turn when seeking new job opportunities? How do visible minority Canadians view their opportunities for career advancement? Do younger Canadians see their parents as helpful when it comes to careers or as helicopter mom and dads? And where do career professionals fit into the mix?

On-line survey on public perceptions about career development and the workplace
On-line survey on public perceptions about career development and the workplace

Final Report

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On-line survey on public perceptions about career development and the workplace
On-line survey on public perceptions about career development and the workplace

Executive Summary

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Presentation

On the airwaves

Interview with Sharon Ferriss, Director, Marketing for CERIC on insights from CERIC’s online survey on public perceptions about career development and the workplace. Career Buzz radio show of September 9, 2011, first broadcast on CIUT 89.5 FM in Toronto and online at www.ciut.fm. Produced and hosted by Mark Franklin, practice leader of CareerCycles at www.careercycles.com.

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