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GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA, ENTERPRISE AND ADVANCED EDUCATION: Diversity Training for Employers: Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace. 2012

Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace is an interactive online course for employers that use questions and practical examples to help employers understand the concepts of diversity and inclusion, and how to apply these concepts to the workplace and organization. It aims to raise awareness about the value immigrants bring to the workplace, and the benefits of a diverse workplace in improving business opportunities. Online Course


GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA, ALBERTA EMPLOYMENT & IMMIGRATION: Employing a Diverse Workforce: Making it work. 2008

In this publication small to medium-size business owners and managers in Alberta share tips for recruiting and retaining diverse employeesFull Publication


THE LAW SOCIETY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA: Towards a More Representative Legal Profession: Better practices, better workplaces, better results. June 2012

“The Law Society believes the public is best served by a more representative and inclusive legal profession that reflects the diversity of British Columbia. In support of this vision, the Equity and Diversity Advisory Committee prepared this report, which provides research and best practices for consideration by the legal profession. In addition, this report promotes workplaces where all lawyers have equal opportunities to succeed. …”  Full report


THE HUMAN RESOURCES PROFESSIONALS ASSOCIATION: Accelerating the Integration of Internationally Educated Human Resources Professionals, 2010

“The Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) has completed its first exploratory research project to understand the challenges and barriers facing Internationally Educated Human Resources Professionals (HR IEPs)… The results indicate that the impediment to successful integration of HR IEPs, at the professional level, stems from
programming alignment issues between key stakeholder groups, including the regulatory body, transition programming providers and IEP agencies operating within the province of Ontario..
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