With the release of its National Compensation Guide, BioTalent Canada is helping health and biosciences employers develop a robust talent management strategy to improve their recruitment and retention capabilities.

The guide includes:

  • National Occupational Standards (NOS), outlining the education, skills, and experience needed for specific roles
  • Base salary information
  • Benefits data

“Compensation benchmarking is an essential piece of any organization’s talent strategy,” says Rob Henderson, President and CEO of BioTalent Canada. “Regardless of size, organizations that put time and energy into attracting and retaining the best and brightest the industry has to offer will stand out in an increasingly competitive market. Our National Compensation Guide is a vital piece of that puzzle.”

As the voice for talent development in Canada’s bio-economy, BioTalent Canada supports small and medium-sized organizations with tools and strategies to attract, train, and retain talent in a sector that is critical to the Canadian economy.

“BioTalent Canada will continue to work with the industry and their stakeholders to provide employers with products and services to help them grow,” says Henderson.

To order your copy of the National Compensation Guide ($250), visit biotalent.ca/compensationguide

Thank you to BioTalent Canada for submitting the article and photos.

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