EHRC AND THE GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA TEAM UP TO LAUNCH HR RESOURCES
Electricity Human Resources Canada (EHRC), in partnership with the Government of Alberta, is launching new HR resources to address current and future workforce requirements to help ensure the integrity of Alberta’s power grid – now and for future generations.
Critical labour challenges, technological advancements and a retiring workforce all point to difficult workforce challenges for the electricity sector.
HR professionals are leading the solutions required to source and retain the talent pool with the skills and expertise needed to meet Alberta’s current and future electricity capacity.
New Peer Learning Communities (PLC) Resources
Bring real-time peer-to-peer discussions, problem-solving and best practices sharing to the forefront of workforce policies and planning for Alberta’s electricity sector.
Provide a dedicated “safe space” and resources via an online platform where HR professionals will save time and effort by sharing tried and true solutions and applying proven, practical approaches.
“The workplace is diversifying and changing – and we are providing innovative forums and resources to discuss key issues and advance best practices. This will help recruit and retain the talent to meet growing electricity sector needs.” Michelle Branigan, CEO, EHRC
Click now to access time-saving resources and our online forum.
This program is funded by the Government of Alberta’s Labour Market Partnerships (LMP), part of the broader Workforce Partnerships Program.
Learn more about EHRC and the DEI(Diversity, Equity and Inclusion) resources available.
Electricity Human Resources Canada (EHRC)
400 – 2197 Riverside Drive
Ottawa ON K1H 7X3