Human Resources role in Organizational Change

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By Jennifer Gerves-Keen

Our organizational models are not working; as HR professionals we should not be surprised—merely prepared. What does organizational change have to do with effective recruitment and retention? Everything.

We are hearing constantly about our current/upcoming labour shortage, and even though we are not yet experiencing the large retirement wave as initially expected, the challenges facing quality, relevant recruitment practices and employee retention issues are greater than ever.

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A perfect example of this is Northern BC, a region which is, and will be, a key revenue generator for this province over the next five years and beyond. Prince George alone will need 20, 000 people added to their workforce within the next two years to keep up with employer demand.

The next two years is not long-term planning—it’s now.

Another example is our resource sector. “Even if we employ all the people who are employable in Canada we’re still going to be very short (on) workers”, commented David Bazowski, chair, BC Task Force: Mineral Exploration, Mining, Stone, Sand & Gravel in his recent report delivered to the mining industry in BC.

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Source: HRVoice.org

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