Human Resources are one of the greatest investments made by the member communities.
More than ever, the Algonquin communities realize the importance of hiring the most qualified employees in order to provide the best possible services to their members. These employees must also be retained, trained, adequately compensated and sometimes disciplined. Within this context that the Tribal Council has established a human resources department to support communities with regards to the management of their Human Resources.
At the request of communities, the Tribal Council Human Resources department provides the following services:
- Assistance in the Interview process (Screening process of candidates, developing interview questionnaires (including practical tests), sample letters to candidates, etc.);
- Producing and updating Job Postings;
- Post-interview / Appeal process;
- Provide advice on human resource issues, for example discipline;
- The Human Resources Advisor can be part of the community’s recommendation board;
- Assists in the development of salary scales;
- Provide information on work norms upon request.
Kristy Whiteduck is a registered member of the Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg. She started working for the Tribal Council in March 2007. She holds a D.E.C. in Commerce from Heritage College, as well as a Certificate in Aboriginal Employment Development from the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies, a Certificate in Human Resources Management & a Certificate in Occupational Health & Safety from Algonquin College.
Prior to starting at the Tribal Council Kristy worked for 6.5 years as the Employment/Training/ Social Assistance Officer for the Kitigan Zibi Administration office. Through her many years liaising with different communities she has established a strong network of contacts in various First Nation communities across Quebec as well as among institutions related to education, labor standards and job search.
She is available to offer advice and help to the member communities with questions regarding human resources, including assistance in the interview process, job postings, etc. If you have any human resource needs and/or advice do not hesitate to contact Kristy at 819-449-1225, or by email at the following address: email@example.com.
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