Benefits Canada: 84% of employers considering permanent work-from-home policy.

November 10, 2021 Jean-François Vezina

Randstad Sourceright’s 2021 Talent Trends global survey of C-suite and human resources leaders found that Canadian companies are leading the way when it comes to offering workforce flexibility. 

The majority (84%) are considering a permanent work-from-home policy to support the 59% of employees who currently work remotely. Almost 90% are increasing their overall focus on workforce agility more than ever before. Canadian employers (54%) are also surpassing the global average of 47% when it comes to increasing total talent investments across all labor classifications.

“You can’t achieve the business agility needed to thrive in today’s world without an agile workforce,” says Jean-Francois Vezina, executive vice-president and head of Canada at Randstad Sourceright.  “As skills gaps widen and demand for talent heats up, you’re going to have to take a more holistic approach to talent acquisition to get ahead.”

Read the full article in Benefits Canada to learn more about how these trends are impacting employers. Then, dive into additional case studies, articles and insights for human capital leaders in Canada.

About the Author

Jean-François Vezina

Jean-François Vezina is the executive vice president for Randstad Sourceright, where he oversees the Canadian sales operations and works to help organizations restructure, develop and expand their talent procurement practices. With more than 11 years of experience in the staffing and HR solutions industry, Jean-François specializes in total talent management and integrated talent solutions that empower organizations to implement and achieve a holistic view of their talent strategy for both their permanent and contingent workforces.

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