PEOPLE AND CULTURE
YEAR IN REVIEW
Since 2015, we have been deliberately shifting our workplace culture to drive better business performance through high-quality conversations, a focus on strengths and more productive relationships.
Negotiations between the Corporation and the Syndicat des communications de Radio-Canada (SCRC - CSN) continue. The agreement will be the first for the newly merged union, which represents nearly 3,000 CBC/Radio-Canada employees in the province of Quebec and in Moncton.
We hosted values workshops across the country to engage our people in conversations about our corporate values of integrity, relevance, creativity and inclusiveness and how to bring them to life every day. We also partnered with the Canadian Media Guild (CMG) to extend our strength-based performance management program to all its members. For the second straight year, our employee engagement survey saw meaningful year-over-year increases on all results, as well as record high participation, team-based conversations and action planning.
We piloted a new leadership program with senior executives to develop a more creative, outcome-focused leadership stance as a way of transforming our leadership culture. CBC also launched a second cohort of the Diverse Emerging Leaders program, a program designed to specifically address the needs and support the development of talented visible minorities, Indigenous people and people with disabilities.
STRATEGY 2020 PERFORMANCE METRICS
|People Indicators||Results 2016-2017||Targets 2017-2018||Results 2017-2018||Performance against target||Targets 2018-2019||Targets 2020|
|Employee Engagement (% proud to be associated)||82.0%||84.0%||85.0%||87.0%||90.0%|
|Employee Diversity (% of new employees)||23.0%||23.2%||27.8%||25.4%||23.2%|