Presentation on theme: "Correctional Service of Canada Creating a Barrier-free and Inclusive Workplace."— Presentation transcript:
Correctional Service of Canada Creating a Barrier-free and Inclusive Workplace
Aboriginal Employee Consultations Working Together in Partnership Towards Inclusion The Commissioner held face-to-face consultations with all Aboriginal employees across the country. Consultation Topics: –Career Development –Recruitment –Retention –Workplace Wellbeing The Aboriginal Implementation Team
Employment Equity and Diversity Committee What is EEDC? The EEDC is composed of dedicated staff, volunteers and champions who work towards advancing employment equity and diversity (EED) at CSC. EEDC’s Vision: The EEDC will be recognized as the focal point for employment equity and diversity at CSC. We will be seen as leaders and catalysts for change that are innovative, responsive and inclusive. We will build on existing successes, resources and tools, and be results and action-oriented.
Aboriginal Recruitment Initiatives Commitment to Community Engagement Aboriginal Community Relations Aboriginal Community Outreach Initiatives –Face-to-face greetings Continuous Aboriginal Intake Process –jobs.gc.ca –csc-scc.gc.ca How to Apply: Tips Correctional Training Program Partners
Visual Components of the Corporate Identity Aboriginal Role Model Initiative The first edition of the Aboriginal Role Model Initiative was launched in 2011 to celebrate and showcase Aboriginal employees working in the Correctional Service Canada, from coast to coast. The Aboriginal Role Model Initiative demonstrates the organization’s continuous effort to create a fully- inclusive organization that recognizes and values the importance of adopting culturally relevant approaches to help achieve full inclusion.
CSC: A Top 10 Employer of Choice Building on Passion Truly valuing and celebrating differences in the workplace is critical and will contribute to CSC’s efforts to become a top 10 employer of choice, within the Public Service. Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat: –CSC is the leading employer of Aboriginal peoples, within the Public Service (2013). “It's about people.” – Commissioner Don Head
Thank You “A culture that challenges its employees, without itself being a challenge to them, will be a retentive culture.” – AIT Team PiedamayaNiá : wen Wli Wni Hai hai Mikwetc Jawenh GilakaslaChiniskomiitin HiswkeTshinashkumitin Nakurmiik Miigwetch
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