First Nations HRM and Well-Being

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Leadership, HRM, Mental Health and Well-Being at work in First Nations organizations

An overview:

  • Aboriginal Human Resources Management Services
  • Workplace Employment Equity and Inclusion
  • Talent Management
  • Succession Planning
  • Transition and Career Pathing for Aboriginal People
  • Mental Health at work in First Nations Organizations
  • Employee Engagement and Well-being in First Nations Organizations
  • Leadership and Well-Being Strategies for Chief and Council, First Nations Managers, and Staff
  • Band Management Leadership Services
  • Aboriginal Workplace Health and Well-Being
  • Aboriginal Economic Development Services
  • Any customized services in keeping with the requirements of the First Nations Organization

"Partnering and Including First Nations Communities, you create Economic Certainty…this can be done through building respectful relationships;…having a representative workforce strategy in your Industry that helps with the employment of First Nations people at all levels of your organization. The private sector is looking at how to recruit First Nations people for certain jobs…. It's important to respect diversity so that young First Nations people can compete provincially, nationally, and globally. A gap that should be closed is an investment in Human Capital through good Recruitment and Retention Strategy because First Nations Youths are the highest growing population in Canada….We should all work together in partnership for a better future."

- Perry Bellegarde, National Chief, Assembly of First Nations - Keynote Address at the 15th Annual BC Natural Resources Forum, January 17th, 2018

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