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Northwest Territories, Government of the
Government of the Northwest Territories employees

Recognized as one of Canada's Best Diversity Employers (2016)

Here are some of the reasons why Northwest Territories, Government of the was selected as one of Canada's Best Diversity Employers (2016):

  • Government of the Northwest Territories created a government-wide Traditional Knowledge Policy to ensure that Aboriginal knowledge, values and experience are handed down from generation to generation
  • Government of the Northwest Territories maintains an Aboriginal Management Development Program to provide developmental opportunities for Aboriginals entering management positions in order to enhance their leadership and management skills and knowledge -- and also maintains an Aboriginal Employees Advisory Committee to help increase workforce representation of Aboriginals in the public service
  • Government of the Northwest Territories manages an Advisory Committee on Employability, which acts as a consultative body to the deputy minister's human resources committee and provides advice on ways to promote inclusion and increase workforce representation of persons with disabilities
Government of the Northwest Territories employee
Government of the Northwest Territories employees

Highlights

Industry Territorial Government
Major Canadian hiring locations Yellowknife NT, Inuvik NT, Norman Wells NT, Fort Simpson NT, Fort Smith NT, Hay River NT
Full-time employees in Canada 5,839
Workforce representation female employees (65 %), female managers (49 %), Aboriginal employees (31 %), Aboriginal managers (22 %)
Diversity programs for disabilities, women, Aboriginal peoples
Formal commitment Diversity Officer (responsible for developing a diversity and inclusion framework as well as related initiatives) Duty to Accommodate Officer (spearheads training and is resource for workplace accommodation), Aboriginal employees advisory committee, advisory committee on employability
Unique diversity initiatives government-wide Traditional Knowledge Policy to ensure that Aboriginal knowledge, values and experience are passed down, Aboriginal Management Development Program

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