Training - Indigenous Employment: Recruitment & Retention

With the release of the Truth and Reconciliation Commissions Calls to Action in 2015, equitable employment opportunities and addressing employment gaps between Indigenous and non-Indigenous employees has become a growing consideration in Canada. In addition to social responsibility, there are many business reasons for hiring Indigenous Peoples.

In this course, learn about the business case for hiring Indigenous Peoples, and factors to consider in the recruitment and retention of Indigenous employees. Some topics that will be addressed include:

  • barriers to employment
  • community outreach
  • cultural considerations for interviews
  • challenges for retention
Indigenous Employment: Recruitment and Retention - Self-Guided Training
Indigenous Employment: Recruitment and Retention - Self-Guided Training

Indigenous Employment: Recruitment and Retention - Self-Guided Training

$300.00

Indigenous Employment: Recruitment & Retention - Guided Training - Pacific Time Zone
Indigenous Employment: Recruitment & Retention - Guided Training - Pacific Time Zone

Indigenous Employment: Recruitment & Retention - Guided Training - Pacific Time Zone

$450.00

Indigenous Employment: Recruitment & Retention - Guided Training - Mountain Time Zone
Indigenous Employment: Recruitment & Retention - Guided Training - Mountain Time Zone

Indigenous Employment: Recruitment & Retention - Guided Training - Mountain Time Zone

$450.00

Indigenous Employment: Recruitment & Retention - Guided Training - Eastern Time Zone
Indigenous Employment: Recruitment & Retention - Guided Training - Eastern Time Zone

Indigenous Employment: Recruitment & Retention - Guided Training - Eastern Time Zone

$450.00

Indigenous Employment: Recruitment & Retention - Guided Training - Atlantic Time Zone
Indigenous Employment: Recruitment & Retention - Guided Training - Atlantic Time Zone

Indigenous Employment: Recruitment & Retention - Guided Training - Atlantic Time Zone

$450.00