Canadian Workplace
Culture Report 2022

Canadian Workplace Culture Report 2022

Every year at The Canadian Workplace Culture Index, we conduct research into Canadians’ opinions about Workplace Culture to establish our unique index.

In February of 2022, we partnered with researchers at The University of British Columbia to gather feedback from more than 2000 Canadians to develop a representative sample of the Canadian population by location, age, gender, and ethnicity. For 2022, we doubled the size of our data set from 2021 and developed new indices for each province and three times more industries than in 2021. We defined new more detailed indices and deepened our focus on belonging, psychological safety, flexibility, and justice in a Canadian context.  The Canadian Workplace Culture Index is derived from the opinions of Canadians like you.

 

Key Insights From Our Research:

  • Ontario and Quebec report the lowest positive workplace culture experience and flexibility with much higher negative COVID impacts.
  • Education is the most decisive factor in experiencing positive workplace culture.
  • Racial inequities persist across all measures and topics.
  • Over 30% of workplaces did not recognize any Indigenous peoples’ day.
  • Older Canadians are the most likely to leave their jobs for a 5% raise.
  • Some industries are twice as likely to provide employees flexibility for health, family, and unexpected events.
Get an inside look at the Canadian Workplace Culture Report today!

Every year at The Canadian Workplace Culture Index, we conduct research into Canadians’ opinions about Workplace Culture to establish our unique index.

In February of 2022, we partnered with researchers at The University of British Columbia to gather feedback from more than 2000 Canadians to develop a representative sample of the Canadian population by location, age, gender, and ethnicity. For 2022, we doubled the size of our data set from 2021 and developed new indices for each province and three times more industries than in 2021. We defined new more detailed indices and deepened our focus on belonging, psychological safety, flexibility, and justice in a Canadian context.  The Canadian Workplace Culture Index is derived from the opinions of Canadians like you.

 

Key Insights From Our Research:

  • Ontario and Quebec report the lowest positive workplace culture experience and flexibility with much higher negative COVID impacts.
  • Education is the most decisive factor in experiencing positive workplace culture.
  • Racial inequities persist across all measures and topics.
  • Over 30% of workplaces did not recognize any Indigenous peoples’ day.
  • Older Canadians are the most likely to leave their jobs for a 5% raise.
  • Some industries are twice as likely to provide employees flexibility for health, family, and unexpected events.

Get an inside look at the Canadian Workplace Culture Report today!

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