NEW! Employer Case Study Series
The Employer Case Study series, profiles the innovative and best workplace practices of Ottawa-based businesses and organizations as they pertain to recruitment integration and retention of skilled immigrants within the workforce.
City of Ottawa: Equity and Inclusion Lens
With more than 17,000 employees delivering hundreds of services, the City of Ottawa is committed to providing quality services by establishing a highly qualified workforce that reflects the diverse population it serves. Read the Case Study.
Making Diversity and Inclusion a Strategic Priority
“Our customers want to see themselves reflected in their bank,” says Christine Stigter, Senior Manager, Diversity and Inclusion, with TD Bank Group – one of Canada’s largest financial institutions. Read the Case Study.
Algonquin College: Creating a Diverse and Inclusive Workforce
A leader in post-secondary education with more than 50,000 full- and part-time students, Algonquin College recognizes the educational and business benefits of a diverse workforce. Read the Case Study.
Creating a Diverse and Inclusive Workforce that is Representative of the Wider Community
RBC, One of North America’s largest financial institutions. Read the Case Study
Pythian seeks top talent to support a rapidly growing global business
Pythian, a remote database management and consulting company. Read the Case Study
Employer Success Stories
Employers working with Hire Immigrants Ottawa are doing some exceptional and innovative things to improve their capacity to hire and integrate skilled immigrants into their workplaces. Their promising practices demonstrate how diversity benefits an organization.
Here are some success stories:
- City of Ottawa
- Export Development Canada
- GEM Health Care Services
- Human Resources and Skills Development Canada
- University of Ottawa