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Inclusive Hiring Practices for a Diverse Workforce (H205)


Type: Online
Duration: 03:30 hours
Status: Active

As Canada's largest employer, the Public Service of Canada has a responsibility to reflect the diversity of the Canadian people and to be representative of the people it serves. This online self-paced course presents best practices and staffing strategies for conducting an inclusive and bias-free hiring process. Participants will learn about the importance of a diverse workforce and the impact that unconscious bias and other barriers can have when recruiting new talent.

Topics include:

  • recognizing the importance of diversity and inclusion in the federal public service
  • understanding the impact of unconscious bias in the hiring process
  • acknowledging potential barriers in order to attenuate or eliminate them
  • identifying tools and strategies for conducting fair, inclusive and accessible staffing processes


This course is expected to launch in the late fall of 2021.

This course is intended for sub-delegated managers, human resources professionals, and other individuals who are involved in a hiring process.

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  • Topics: Building the workforce; Operational effectiveness; Talent management; Workplace management
  • Community: Assistant Deputy Ministers; Directors; Directors General; Executives; Managers; Supervisors
  • Audience: Human Resources professionals
  • Business line: GC and Public Sector Skills
  • Provider: Canada School of Public Service

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