“Aboriginal peoples are essential to Canada’s economic development and identity as a country. RBC is proud of what we’ve achieved over our 100-year partnership with Aboriginal communities, and are inspired by what lies ahead.”
Kelly J. Lendsay speaks at the CEO World Forum about the importance of Indigenous inclusion in the workplace.
Connecting Business with our Indigenous Workforce
Kelly J. Lendsay, President and CEO of the Aboriginal Human Resource Council, explains how Aboriginal people—the fastest-growing labour force in Canada—want what everyone wants: connections to the workplace, and the ability to develop their human potential.
Indigenous people can bring resolve to your skills shortages and help advance markets and workplace inclusion efforts.
- AHRC congratulates Roberta Jamieson, President & CEO of Indspire awarded Officer (O.C.) of the Order of Canada.
- New Inclusion Baseline - exercise helps companies benchmark their inclusion efforts.
- New Leadership Circle members have joined AHRC in 2016.
- Labour Market Information (LMI) - Issues and Barriers: Aboriginal Participation in Major Projects
- Civeo Case Study: Benchmarking Workplace Performance with Diagnostics to Accelerate Indigenous Inclusion Strategies
- CBC interview with AHRC Director Patricia Baxter - in response to the recent Aboriginal women in the labour market report
- Aboriginal Human Resource Council receives "Outstanding Partner Award" (2015) by Colleges & Institutes Canada
- Showcasing Winners: Inaugural Workplace Inclusion Leadership Awards '15
- View photos and download presentations from Inclusion Works '15 - Toronto
We help companies build prosperous partnerships with Indigenous people, businesses and communities.
Our advisory services and product suite are designed to help you benchmark your inclusion efforts, advance your inclusion strategies, brand your company as an employer-of-choice / company-of-choice to the Indigenous community, and enhance your ability to recruit, retain and advance Canada’s fastest growing, youngest and most under-leveraged human resource asset of Indigenous people.