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Faculty of Education Additional Qualifications Summer 2009 Module 03 André Samson Ph.D., c.o. Overview of the Presentation. 1. Evolution of the Concept of Work 1.1 Emergence of a Global Economy 1.2 Workplace and Globalization 2. The Canadian Workforce 2.1 Increase in the Number of Jobs

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faculty of education additional qualifications summer 2009 module 03 andr samson ph d c o
Faculty of Education

Additional Qualifications

Summer 2009

Module 03

André Samson Ph.D., c.o.

overview of the presentation
Overview of the Presentation

1. Evolution of the Concept of Work

1.1 Emergence of a Global Economy

1.2 Workplace and Globalization

2. The Canadian Workforce

2.1 Increase in the Number of Jobs

2.2 Lower Unemployment Rate

2.3 Participation Rates

2.4 Transformation of the Workforce

2.5 Demographic Pressures

2.6 Conditions of Success

2.7 21st Century Work Ethic

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“Career counselling is not intended to help the individual make immediate decisions, rather it provides each individual with the tools to make permanent career choices and decisions”.

OCDE, (2003). Orientation professionnelle: nouvellespistes de réflexion. Une analyse des politiquesd’éducation. Paris

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1. Evolution of the Concept of Work

1.1 Emergence of a Global Economy

  • The collapse of the tariff barriers to trade and the emergence of international economies have contributed to a global economy
  • Both public and private organisations are forced to develop and operate in a growing competitive context
  • This global competition has forced organisations to continually adapt and reinvent themselves
  • Furthermore, technological advances are also playing an important role in this global economy
  • OCDE, (2003). Orientation professionnelle: nouvelles pistes de réflexion. Une analyse des politiques d’éducation. Paris

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1. Evolution of the Concept of Work

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1. Evolution of the Concept of Work

1.2 Workplace and Globalization

  • Today, we see a divide in the workforce between smaller jobs and ones that are well remunerated – Moving from one sector to another is becoming more and more difficult
  • There is a higher unemployment rate among people who are less qualified
  • Knowledge and specialized training now give access to upper levels of the workforce
  • There is not one career path to follow anymore
  • Guichard, J. (2003). De l’éducation à la carrière à l’éducation à l’humanité : quelles perspectives pour les approches éducatives au 21ièmes siècle ? Carriérologie, 9 (1) 2-12
  • Riverin-Simard, D. (2003). Le sens du travail et la carriérologie. Carriérologie, revue francophone internationale. http://www.carrierologie.uqam.ca/volume08_3-4/03_riverin/03_riverin.html

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1. Evolution of the Concept of Work

1.2 Workplace and Globalization

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1. Evolution of the Concept of Work

1.2 Workplace and Globalization

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realities of today s workplaces
Realities of Today’s Workplaces

Workplace

of years before

  • Stability, predictability
  • Permanence
  • Standards work patterns
  • Valuing loyalty
  • Linear growth
  • Onetime learning

Today’s realities in

the workplace

  • Change, uncertainty
  • Temporariness
  • Flexible work
  • Valuing performance and skills
  • Multiple careers
  • Lifelong learning

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2. The Canadian Workforce

2.1 Increase in the Number of Jobs

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2. The Canadian Workforce

2.2 Lower Unemployment Rate

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2. The Canadian Workforce

2.2 Lower Unemployment Rate

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2. The Canadian Workforce

2.3 Participation Rates

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2. The Canadian Workforce

2.3 Participation Rates

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2. The Canadian Workforce

2.4 Transformation of the Workforce

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2. The Canadian Workforce

2.4 Transformation of the Workforce

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2. The Canadian Workforce

2.5 Demographic Pressures

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2. The Canadian Workforce

2.6 Conditions of Success

  • In this ever-changing context, Meister (1994) identified essential abilities that employees must demonstrate. These abilities are:

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2. The Canadian Workforce

2.7 21st Century Work Ethic

  • According to Savickas (1993) career counselling will no longer simply aim to promote career development
  • Career counsellors will have to encourage the development of self-affirmation, the exploration of career values and decision making skills
  • In other words, self-development will become more import than career development
  • The role of work will lose its importance compared to other functions. Today’s workplace is considered less of a place to invest yourself and more of a place to invest in yourself.
  • Savickas, M.L.(1993). Career Counseling in the Postmodern Era. Journal of Cogntive Psychotherrapy: An international Quarterly,(7) 3, 201-215.

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2. The Canadian Workforce

2.7 21st Century Work Ethic

Family

Leisure

Health

Social Life

Work

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“… career counselling must promote the individual’s development and decision making skills based on a labour force that is in constant mutation”

Saviskas, M.L. (1993). Career Counseling in the Postmodern Era. Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy: An International Quaternly7(3),2005-214.

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