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Leadershift: Pathways to Gender Equity

Despite good intentions and investments in programs to support women’s participation in Canada’s electricity sector, the pace of change has been slow. Leadershift: Pathways…

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Skill savvy

From the boardroom to the front line, careers in electricity take more than technical skills—they require professional skills: the ability to communicate, work together,…

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Empowering the Next-Generation Workforce

Work-integrated learning (WIL) is an essential step to transition from school to work, and the best way to learn how to put education into…

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Women in Clean Energy

Despite the proportion of women in the energy industry rising and best efforts to tap into, develop and retain this cohort, the pace of…

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Work Transformed

The industry is facing unprecedented change—in its business models, workforce, customer expectations and work cultures. Work Transformed, a Labour Market Intelligence report from Electricity…

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Succession Planning Final Report

This report provides information on the issues, challenges and best practices regarding succession planning within the electricity sector. The report highlights the research findings…

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Recharging our Workforce

Electricity Human Resources Canada’s (EHRC’s) 2008 Powering Up the Future Labour Market Information (LMI) study indicated that approximately 30 percent of the total workforce…

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Powerline Technician Project

Electricity Human Resources Canada’s (EHRC’s) Powerline Technician Project directly addressed key human resources challenges in the recruitment, retention, and development of one of the most…

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Diagnostic of Aboriginal Procurement Strategies

Electricity Human Resources Canada (EHRC) has undertaken a diagnostic study of Aboriginal procurement. This interest follows EHRC’s successful project on Aboriginal recruitment, advancement and…

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LMI

Powering up the Future: LMI 2007-2012

In 2008 EHRC—in partnership with Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC)—commissioned a Labour Market Information (LMI) Study of Canada’s electricity sector to better determine…

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LMI

Power in Motion: LMI 2010-2016

Power in Motion provides employers, educators, regulators and policy makers an in-depth understanding of the human resource challenges that were affecting the sector from…

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LMI

Workforce Transitions: LMI for Alberta’s Energy Sector 2017-2022

Building on the 2011 Power in Motion report from EHRC, this current study
looks at how the transitions underway — including the adoption of new
and emerging technologies — will affect Alberta’s electricity workforce.
It provides new information on best practices for supporting workforces
in transition along with insights into the growth of Alberta’s renewable
energy sector. It also serves as a call to action, supporting sector human
resource management planning.

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