The State of the Economy: Insights to Help Guide Your Organization
Brendon Bernard

Virtual Think Tank Series

The State of the Economy: Insights to Help Guide Your Organization

A 30-Minute Coffee Break with the Indeed Economist

November 25-26, 2020 • Every hour starting at 9:00 (EST)

The global pandemic has had an unprecedented impact on the Canadian economy. As the second wave of COVID-19 reintroduces government restrictions on certain activities, the progress the labour market was making could come to a halt.

During this one-on-one event, Indeed Economist Brendon Bernard will offer exclusive insights into the current state of the Canadian economy to help you navigate your recruitment challenges and better plan for the future, including:

  • How the labour market is progressing since the crash earlier this year
  • How sectors are responding to the second wave of the pandemic
  • Key considerations and trends that will shape 2021

At Indeed, our mission is to help people get jobs. As HR professionals, we know this is part of your mission, too. As a thank you for your participation, following the Coffee Break, attendees will have the opportunity to donate $125 to one of the following charities dedicated to giving people the resources they need to succeed.

  • Dress for Success
  • Goodwill Canada

Sessions will take place on November 25 & 26 starting on the hour (9:00 am EST, 10:00 am EST, 11:00 am EST, 12:00 pm EST, 1:00 pm EST, 2:00 pm EST, 3:00 pm EST, 4:00 pm EST). Slots will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis.

  • State of the Economy Presentation: A 20-minute overview of the economic landscape and what it means for you.
  • Q&A: A 10-minute discussion moderated by an Indeed evangelist, addressing your questions and challenges.

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    Brendon Bernard
    Economist
    Indeed Canada
    Indeed

    Brendon Bernard is an Economist at the Indeed Hiring Lab, focusing on the Canadian labour market. His research interests include analyzing how detailed trends in the job market fit in with broader developments in the Canadian economy. Brendon was previously an economist with Department of Finance Canada, where he focused on analyzing Canadian financial sector policy and the U.S. economy. He holds a Master’s in Economics from the Vancouver School of Economics at University of British Columbia, as well as a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) from Queen’s University.

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