Press Release14 December 2010
Canadian Tourism Employers Share and are Recognized for Good Practices
CTHRC releases Compendium of Good Employer Practices in attracting and retaining internationally trained staff in Canada’s tourism sector
The Canadian Tourism Human Resource Council (CTHRC) is proud to release its Compendium of Good Employer Practices: Attracting and Retaining Internationally Trained Workers in Canada’s Tourism Sector. This peer-mentoring tool presents 12 case studies that describe how tourism businesses across Canada have applied their diversity practices to successfully recruit, integrate, and retain internationally trained workers (ITWs). The good practices featured in the compendium can be adapted and tailored to meet the needs of a variety of tourism businesses.
“HR professionals can use the compendium to get a sense of how companies like A&W and the Coast Edmonton Plaza Hotel apply their diversity practices, and at the same time understand the keys to their success,” says Wendy Swedlove, President at CTHRC.
Download the free compendium now!