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When HR Professionals Complain They Can’t Find Black Youths, Is It Really A Black Youth Problem?

On Thursday, January 20, 2022, Black Human Resources Professionals of …

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Workplace racism could make Black, racialized Canadians dread returning to the office

As vaccination rates rise and COVID-19 restrictions are lifted, many offices are returning to in-person work, but a human resources expert says many racialized workers are dreading it because there is still unaddressed racism in the workplace.

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Tanya Sinclair is first woman of colour to win HRPA Distinguished Professional Award

Tanya Sinclair, who has provided HR leadership at public libraries and big-box retailers, including Best Buy and Home Depot, is the recipient of this year’s Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) Distinguished Professional Award.

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Black Canadians suffer higher unemployment and lower wages

Black Canadians are suffering disproportionately from the economic effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, according to a new study from Statistics Canada that says the community is facing greater financial and employment challenges than non-minority populations.

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8 everyday challenges black employees encounter at work

Racialized Canadian workers, particularly those who identify as Black, face a host of challenges and discrimination that their white counterparts don’t give a second thought. From access to opportunities, to worrying about how ‘white’ their resume appears, to their ability to be their authentic self at work without repercussions, to being the only person in their workplace to represent their community, Black workers face dozens of everyday hurdles, small and large, that impact their career trajectory and ability to simply make a living. 

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Why workplace diversity benefits your business

If your workforce doesn’t reflect the community it serves, your business may be missing out on the chance to find great employees and break into new and growing markets, both locally and globally. Diversity simply makes good business sense.

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