As digital skills continue to evolve at a rapid pace, workforce planners, policymakers and employers must ensure the workforce is equipped to meet current and future labour market demands.
Microcredentials for digital skills can provide alternative pathways for professionals without formal training or education in data science, computer science, or software engineering but show competency in these skill sets.
This report assesses the level of digital transformation of Canadian government services through the lenses of digital culture, skills, and access.
The promise of artificial intelligence has long been its potential to make an economy more productive, increasing wages and living standards for all. For Canada to realize these benefits and remain competitive with our global peers, we will need to ...
This research examined the experiences and attitudes towards remote work in Canada for employees and supervisors and sought to understand how the arrangement has affected productivity, satisfaction, trust and well-being.