The Canadian Aboriginal Human Resource Management Association was created to help Aboriginal communities (which includes Metis and Inuit) with establishing and developing their Human Resource processes and procedures in order to strengthen their communities and businesses. We have done this predominantly through our conferences but we are also working to build up our membership for networking and referral and to establish a regular social network across Canada.
At present, CAHRMA is predominantly a volunteer organization but would like to grow into an established presence with regular staff to provide regular and consistent service to our members. In the meantime, perhaps you can help. We need to know what is important to you. What type of information are you looking for? What kind of HR assistance to you need? By telling us your needs and interests, we can focus on those areas while we continue to grow.
You can also help us by becoming involved. Check out our Twitter feeds and you will find that we are creating some meetings and chats to talk about what’s important. Join one of the groups and share your story.
Something else you can do is share your success stories. We would love to feature your story on our website so that other communities can learn from what you have done and we can help one another. Let’s start growing together.