Through their latest LMI initiative Workforce in Motion, EHRC has undertaken a major research effort to gather information on workforce demographics, human resource needs, post-secondary training and labour markets to support planning efforts for a wide range of electricity sector stakeholders. This study forms part of EHRC’s ongoing LMI research that has provided insight into the sector since 2004.
With the study report set to be released in the new year, EHRC is pleased to provide you with the following pricing schedule for advance planning. You can access the details here
*Contributors to this research, will be provided with the Executive Summary free of charge, along with a two-page fact sheet for their stakeholders.
To purchase your own copy when it is released please visit the reports and resources section of our site.
About the Study
The aim of this study is to build an updated body of knowledge which will inform and improve the electricity industry’s capability in workforce planning, regulatory filing and organizational planning – particularly as it relates to identifying training, programming and curriculum requirements to mitigate business risk related to human resource management.
The study will provide both real-time current information and long-term (up to five years) estimates/assessment of labour demand and supply specifically for the electricity and renewable energy industry. This study forms part of EHRC’s ongoing LMI research that has provided insight into the sector since 2004.
Under the strategic guidance of an industry-represented Steering Committee (see further below), the methodology will again include an environmental scan, primary research including the administration of a national survey of employers to collect data on labour demand, key informant interviews, and a survey of educational institutions to assess supply side factors. This combined research will be used to produce a report for industry.