BMO advances indigenous inclusion across Canada
Over twenty years ago, the Bank of Montreal pioneered corporate public commitment partnering with the Aboriginal Human Resource Council (AHRC) and establishing the Task Force on the Advancement of Aboriginal Employment. Since then, the collaboration has strengthened and BMO advanced a number of innovating initiatives, including “aboriginal branches and community banking outlets to internships, awareness campaigns, and scholarships.”
BMO is a valued national partner, advancing indigenous inclusion across Canada, within the AHRC’s Leadership Circle,” says Kelly J. Lendsay, President and CEO, AHRC. “BMO is working with us to deploy an enterprise-wide approach to indigenous inclusion that ensures First Nations, Métis and Inuit people feel welcomed at the bank and able to advance at all levels within its corporate structure.
Participating in the Virtual Recruitment Fair on January 31, inclusion Classroom and Inclusion Works 13 Career Fair on April 29 are just some examples of how BMO is advancing indigenous inclusion and changing the lives of aboriginal people and the economic prosperity of Canada, while delivering good ROI (Return on Inclusion) for the bank. BMO is setting a high standard for inclusion that employers across Canada should follow.”
Source: Directly quoted from JobPostings.ca, BMO makes strides in inclusivity with the Aboriginal Human Resource Council, Read full articleTags: aboriginal, banking, inclusion, sector, workforce