According to Aon Hewitt (2013), companies investing in the metropolitan area of Montréal can benefit from a low risk environment for recruiting, employing and relocating highly-skilled employees.
- 3rd in North America
- 4th among 138 large urban centers around the world
* The lower the index, the lower the risk.
** Available in the study.
Good news, Greater Montréal’s environment for human resources management has remained relatively stable since the metropolitan area also ranked 3rd in the North American rankings in 2010, 2011 and 2012.
Aon Hewitt’s 2013 People Risk Index assigned ratings relative to risk for 30 qualitative and quantitative factors across five broad areas:
- Demographics (e.g. aging population)
- Education System (e.g. tertiary education enrollment)
- Government Support (e.g. corruption)
- Talent Development (e.g. languages spoken)
- Employment Practices (e.g. labor relations) : this category has 10 factors that are weighted by 50%
For more information, please consult Aon Hewitt’s website.
Mathieu Lefort, Senior Analyst, Direction of Economic Studies, Montréal International