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June 14, 2018 Gatineau, Quebec Employment and Social Development Canada
Electronic commerce, modernized supply chains and innovative logistics processes are creating new opportunities in the trucking and logistics industry. We know that workers, employers and post-secondary institutions need knowledge and information to take advantage of these opportunities and stimulate our economy.
That’s why the Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Labor, the Honorable Patty Hajdu, announced $ 2.8 million in funding to HR Trucking Canada through the Government of Canada’s Sectoral Initiatives Support Program (SIPIP), which will be used to develop the sectoral labor market information needed to shape the industry of tomorrow.
This project supports the goal of SWIS to address current and future shortages of skilled labor by supporting the development and dissemination of sectoral labor market information. The project will develop innovative bilingual tools to assist employers in recruiting and retaining employees from untapped labor pools, such as women, Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, women and men. veterans, military personnel in transition and youth.
For this project, RH Trucking Canada has partnered with the Canadian Trucking Alliance, which represents the majority of for-hire carriers in Canada. The seven provincial trucking associations (Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Ontario, Quebec and the Atlantic Provinces) also confirmed their support and commitment to the project. Engagement and consultation activities will be held across the country to ensure national representation of the industry.
The sectoral labor market information reports will be published and made available online throughout the project, which will end in the summer of 2021.
“The world’s economies are changing, and that creates opportunities that we have to seize in Canada. Workers, employers and post-secondary institutions need knowledge and information to shape the future of the trucking and logistics industry, and this HR Trucking Canada project will help meet this need. . – The Honorable Patty Hajdu, Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Labor.
“The trucking and logistics industry is changing rapidly. Favorable economic prospects, low unemployment rates, labor shortages and technological changes all affect fleet activities across the country. This project will allow us to better quantify labor requirements to inform the development of tools and practical resources that will help employers, as well as to better match job seekers with the many career opportunities available to employers. offers the industry. – Angela Splinter, Chief Executive Officer, Trucking Human Resources Canada
Trucks carry 90% of all consumer and food products in Canada, and the industry needs the skills of over 500,000 employees in a wide range of occupations.
There has been no sectoral labor market information validated by the industry in this sector since 2011.
This project follows a call for proposals launched in fall 2017 for PAIS, which will provide $ 55 million over three years.
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