Category Archives: Research

We’re partnering with the Conference Board of Canada to release a report on the economic impact of industry disruptors. In 2017, AIA Canada released a report that outlined the potential impact of CASE (Connected, Autonomous, Shared, and Electric) on the mechanical and collision sectors. In this follow-up report, with research support from Conference Board of Canada (CBoC),we’ll seek […]

Written with the automotive aftermarket industry in mind, this first of its kind HR toolkit is perfect for the hiring needs of small and medium-sized businesses across Canada! Here’s a sneak peek of what you will find in the toolkit: Job description best practices Benefits of diversity in the workplace Top 50 interview questions [Template]  How […]

Heroes? Canadian youth need role models like you to help them plan their futures. The Automotive Industries Association (AIA) of Canada and Let’s Talk Science have partnered to create career profiles and video interviews that will help young people learn about the great careers in the automotive aftermarket industry. Download full brochure Why should I […]

Remember the groundbreaking labour market intelligence project for the automotive aftermarket that AIA Canada is working on? It’s coming along great! This is what you can expect from the website: compensation data; diversity in the industry; career profiles of aftermarket heroes; HR best practices; job listings; and so much more! Releasing in September 2018 to a desktop, laptop, […]

In April 2018, AIA Canada released, ‘Labour Market Watch: Status of the Mechanical and Collision Sectors in Canada,‘ offering facts and figures on workforce composition of the aftermarket industry, along with data on gender, education, training and other demographic information. Grab your FREE copy from the publications section of the website! Note that the report is […]