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Human Resources Forum

Theme: Reorganization of work in a pandemic context

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Wednesday 3 Jun 2020
From 10AM To 12PM

CIRANO invited its partners on June 3, 2020 to an exclusive Human Resources Forum on the theme of work reorganization in a pandemic context (telework, mental health in times of pandemic, performance, labour market).

Three CIRANO Researchers, Sylvie St-Onge, Maude Boulet and Fabian Lange, presented their past and current research.

A period of exchange of ideas, experiences and knowledge between CIRANO's partners and the researchers was followed by a brainstorming session that confirmed CIRANO's position as a gathering place that facilitates collaboration between research and the business world.

Maude Boulet

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Fabian Lange

Fabian Lange completed his Ph.D. in economics at the University of Chicago in 2004 and subsequently joined the Department of Economics at Yale University as an Assistant Professor. In 2010, he was promoted to Associate Professor at Yale. He joined the economics department at McGill University in 2012. Fabian held visiting positions at the University of Chicago, Oberlin College, and the University of Michigan.

Fabian pursues interests in population and health economics. In population economics, he studied the link between schooling and fertility decisions. He has published work on the trade-offs between increased fertility and education (the quantity-quality model) using data sources from the historical American South. In health economics, he studies the determinants of the socio-economic gradient in health. He asks what role information processing, cognitive ability, and education play in generating socio-economic gradients in health? Further, he develops and estimates models of health dynamics and uses these to study the socio-economic gradient in health.

In labor economics, his research interests concern how workers careers are shaped by processes of information revelation. In particular, he studies the role of employer learning in generating earnings inequality as individuals age. He received the H. G. Lewis prize 2008 and the IZA Young Labor Economist Award for his work in this area. He also studies stigma due to prolonged unemployment and its implications for optimal unemployment insurance schemes.
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Sylvie St-Onge

A CIRANO Researcher and Fellow since 2014, Sylvie St-Onge is a Full Professor in the Department of Management at HEC Montréal.

Holding a Ph.D. in Management (Organizational Behaviour and Industrial Relations) from the Schulich School of Business at York University (Toronto), her research interests are compensation management, performance management, work life management, governance and HRM challenges (work-family balance, diversity, harassment, burnout).

Sylvie St-Onge was Editor-in-Chief of Gestion Magazine (2007-2013), Senior Compensation Advisor for Mercer (2006-2007) and Director of Research at HEC Montréal (2001-2004).

She is constantly writing articles in scientific, business, professional and government journals as well as case studies. Over the years, her involvement in scientific and professional circles has also been numerous and ongoing. She regularly gives conferences and training sessions in professional and academic circles in Quebec and abroad. She is involved as a trainer at the Collège des administrateurs de société.

In recognition of the quality of her contributions, she has received several awards. In addition, she was awarded a Bourse d'excellence en enseignement de l'administration by the Ministère de l'Éducation, du Loisir et du Sport (2009-2014).

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Program

10:00 - 10:20
Managing performance remotely: what we know and what we prescribe
10:20 - 10:40
Addressing employee mental health issues during a pandemic
10:40 - 11:00
Labour market developments in Canada
11:00 - 12:00
Round table of partners to express their current issues and concerns, share good practices - Discussions
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