The Evolving Workplace: Findings from the Pilot Workplace and Employee Survey
|The report The Evolving Workplace provides the first data
from a new pilot survey conducted by Statistics Canada for Human Resources
Development Canada: the "Workplace and Employee Survey" (WES). Developed
jointly by the two agencies, this survey represents the first attempt in Canada
at conducting a large-scale linked employer-employee survey. The survey
consists of two components: (1) an establishment survey on the adoption of
technologies, organizational change, training and other human resource
practices, business strategies, and labour turnover in the establishment; and
(2) a survey of workers within these same establishments to obtain data on
their wages, hours of work, job type, human capital, other characteristics, use
of technologies, and training taken. This data source provides, for the first
time in Canada, detailed linked micro-data on establishments and their
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Published by Statistics Canada, 1998.
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