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Tourism HR Canada Honoured by CGLCC Champion Award

The team at Tourism HR Canada was thrilled to be the recipient of the CGLCC Champion Award, presented last week at the LGBT+ Excellence in Business & Leadership Awards held virtually during the New World: 2021 Digital LGBT+ Global Business Summit. “Our mission is to contribute to a thriving and inclusive Canadian economy by promoting …

Tourism Recovery: Back to Basics

COVID-19 has changed the playing field. For tourism businesses to recover, they will need to quickly react to the profound changes in the economy. Businesses now must align products and services with new markets, respond to new regulations, mitigate risk associated with their supply chain, learn to work with very different staffing situations, recover from …

New: COVID-19 Tourism Workforce and Business Impact Reports

Tourism has been severely limited since COVID-19 closed international borders, and it still has a long way to go on the road to recovery. The journey will not be without challenges, but there is room for hope. Headwinds include the continued absence of international tourism and business travel. Many festivals and events, which would act …

Just Released: Post-COVID Future of The Tourism Workforce

Tourism HR Canada’s latest report, The Post-COVID Future of the Tourism Workforce, takes an in-depth look at the systemic issues facing the tourism sector’s labour force and at the effect of COVID-19, and recommends how to make the tourism sector more sustainable and resilient as we recover from this crisis. While the primary focus is …

Tourism Recovery: Community-Led Workforce Action Plan

Investments in labour market strategies are essential to tourism’s ability to recover and be a key economic engine and future job creator for the Canadian economy. For this reason, tourism businesses often lead the way in developing a community-based workforce action plan. An effective strategy helps address labour force priorities set by government and ultimately …

Here to Help: Free Training During Tourism Week

Tourism HR Canada is committed to supporting the people who make our industry shine. As we celebrate their strength and resiliency as they navigate a second pandemic Tourism Week, we will be providing free access to our Emerit online training courses and small business resources from May 23 to 30, 2021. Developed with industry, these …