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EHRC Investing in Green Jobs for Youth

Last week, the federal government announced a $15.8 million investment to create jobs and training opportunities for youth in the green economy as part…

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Alberta Electricity Employers Have New Resources to Diversify and Strengthen Their Workforce

June 17, 2020, Ottawa — Electricity Human Resources Canada (EHRC) has released comprehensive online resources to help employers in the electricity sector sharpen their…

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EHRC is Seeking a Project Manager

Electricity Human Resources Canada, in partnership with Recruiting in Motion, is looking for an experienced Project Manager, to join the team on a 9…

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New Project to Better Equip Alberta’s Electricity Workforce for Change

Ottawa,  June 10, 2020—Electricity Human Resources Canada (EHRC) is partnering with the Government of Alberta to launch a new project to address significant workforce…

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Study Finds that Women are Still Struggling to Advance in the Electricity Sector

Ottawa, 14 May, 2020 – Gaps in women’s representation around the decision-making tables of the electricity and renewables sector persist, but a coordinated effort…

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Green Jobs Case Study: Thompson Rivers University’s Renewable Energy Fundamentals for Electricians

Electricity Human Resources Canada’s (EHRC) Green Jobs Program supports companies providing youth with work experience and training in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) positions in…

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April 2020 Electricity Sector Employers Pulse Survey

Electricity Human Resources Canada (EHRC) surveyed sector employers in mid-April 2020 to determine how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected their operations and workforce. While…

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The Power of Positivity: Support from the Electricity Sector

It’s often during times of crisis when we see the best parts of humanity, and the past year have been no exception. Across Canada’s…

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Exciting New Benefits For Members

As a way to give our members even more value, EHRC is pleased to announce a new partnership with Perkopolis. Perkopolis is Canada’s leading…

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The Power Generation Workforce of the Future: Hamsters in Wheels

At Electricity Human Resources Canada, we conduct national research in all areas of the electricity sector to make sure that employers, educators, workers and…

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Stay the Course: Continue Hiring Students

From Electricity Human Resources Canada’s Director of Programs, Mark Chapeskie. We find ourselves in an unprecedented, global pandemic, and no sector is operating as…

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Workplace Pandemic Planning: What Employers Should Do and Know Right Now

Adapted from communications prepared by McLennan Ross LLP and the Electrical Contractors Association of Alberta. The following has been adapted for a broad audience…

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