Salopek & Associates Partners
Salopek & Associates is always looking for knowledgeable and credible resources for their clients. We would like to recommend that you check out the services offered by the following companies/organizations:
HRIA: The Human Resources Institute of Alberta (HRIA) is a not-for-profit professional association dedicated to strengthening and promoting the profession of human resources. The organization’s core business focuses on establishing standards within the HR profession through the administration of the Certified Human Resource Professional (CHRP) designation, provision of services to its 5000 + members across the province, and continued advocacy of the HR profession. Salopek & Associates is proud to partner with HRIA and does so through employee representation on the board and committees, speaking at conferences and the requirement for all consultants to be CHRP certified and active HRIA members. Click here to visit HRIA’s website.
Talent Pool: The Talent Pool Development Society of Calgary (The Talent Pool) was formed to close the gap between companies seeking skilled workers and individuals who are under-employed or not employed at all. Its purpose is to provide Calgary businesses with information, resources and links to pools of talent that are often overlooked. These pools of talent are Youth, Mature workers, Immigrants, Aboriginal people and People with Disabilities. With clients in both the corporate and non-profit sectors Salopek & Associates is proud to support The Talent Pool and works with organizations that serve a number of the hidden talent pools. Click here to visit The Talent Pool’s website.
Talent Pool’s CORe Service – CORe (Community Outreach Report) provides recruitment support and outreach to over 200 community agencies serving underrepresented talent pools, supporting organizations in the search for talent with the right mix of skills, training and potential.
The CORe service is exceptionally beneficial in assisting organizations in meeting recruitment requirements of Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) applications and Permanent Resident Visa Applications. Targeting your recruitment towards Aboriginal People, Immigrants & Newcomers, Mature Workers, People with Disabilities and Youth, CORe promotes your job posting on the Talent Pool website and through sustained social media activity to demonstrate thorough outreach to underrepresented groups, providing receipt, review and comprehensive documentation of outreach initiatives.
Invest Ottawa (formerly OCRI): Ottawa’s leading member-based economic development corporation for fostering the advancement of the region’s globally competitive knowledge-based institutions and industries. Invest Ottawa delivers its economic development services through a unique partnership with the City of Ottawa, where the City and Invest Ottawa through its members, set the strategy and manage the programs that move Ottawa’s economy forward. Click here to visit Invest Ottawa’s website.