The Human Resources Professionals Association protects the public interest by governing and regulating the professional practice of its more than 24,000 member registrants.
In enhancing its status as a regulatory association, HRPA advances the professionalization of HR and acknowledgment of the profession as a key driver of organizational success by:
ensuring competent and ethical HR practice,
creating compelling value propositions for all in HR to become members,
providing strong and respected designations based on a globally recognized body of knowledge, and
validation of that capability through rigorous examination and supervision of experience.
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WE EMPOWER G7 Programme Canada will be featured during the Empowering Women for Innovation and Business Success session.
Date: 22 January 2020
Time: 10:45-11:45 AM
Session nr: 112
Including women in the innovation process has tremendous ability to increase retention rates within a firm. In Canada, approximately 56 percent of women leave the ICT industry mid-career. A recent report stated that women in Toronto’s tech sector may feel less valued than their male counterparts. A workplace culture built on trust and inclusion that supports and empowers women throughout their various career stages is key to sustained inclusive innovation in the workplace. By extension, empowering women in the workplace is vital to realizing the full potential impact of innovation on business success. Great Place to Work® conducted a research study in partnership with UN Women which is based on the responses of over 63,000 employees from 300 organizations in Canada. Explore the research and learn the empirical link between empowerment of women and business performance.
- Discover the link between women empowerment in the workplace & business performance
- Understand how building trust & inclusivity can decrease turnover
- Learn which researched workplace practices drive inclusive innovation
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