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Mining Industry Human Resources Council MiHR

2021-9-21  Industry Partners on Mining Needs You Virtual Career Fair Sep 21, 2021 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE OTTAWA – September 21, 2021 – The Mining Industry Human Resources Council (MiHR), the Prospectors and Developers

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Career Development - MiHR Mining Industry Human ...

2021-11-16  The industry offers over 120 different types of jobs, so it can be difficult to narrow down your search. Check out these pages to help you zero in on specific mining occupations (nearly 50!) in a series of profiles that explore personal preferences and aptitudes, and describe what a particular job entails.

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Labour Market Information - MiHR Mining Industry

2021-11-18  MiHR conducts labour market research for the Canadian mining sector to uncover important industry human resource (HR) trends and patterns. In 2021, MiHR interviewed three prominent members of the Canadian mining industry to see how organizations utilize different sources of LMI to make HR decisions and plan for their future workforce needs. View.

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CANADIAN MINING LABOUR MARKET - MiHR

mining labour market function smoothly. MiHR delivers LMI to better understand labour supply and demand in Canada’s mining industry and to ensure the Council is the trusted, relevant and responsive knowledge centre of labour market information, expertise and analysis for Canada’s mining sector. The annual Canadian Mining Labour Market 10-year

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Human Resources - The Mining Association of Canada

A strong, sustainable mining industry requires a strong, sustainable workforce. The Canadian mining industry has a lot to offer those looking for a rewarding, high-paying career across a huge spectrum of jobs from mining and mineral-processing to marketing to finance to engineering. The Mining Association of Canada (MAC) supports the work of the Mining Industry Human Resources Read More »

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News - MiHR Mining Industry Human Resources Council

2021-6-16  The Mining Industry Human Resources Council’s (MiHR) website has a brand-new look and functionality! The new MiHR.ca is designed to improve stakeholder

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Training Certification - MiHR Mining Industry Human ...

2021-11-18  The mining industry’s workforce and skills development needs are not achieved by following the typical learning and skills development training approaches, and therefore present unique challenges for both employers and educators. MiHR has developed a variety of training, tools and resources to address these challenges.

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Mining Industry Human Resources Council (MiHR) LinkedIn

2021-11-15  The Mining Industry Human Resources Council is the national council for the Canadian minerals and metals industry. MiHR was established to address the common human resources challenges of the ...

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CHANGING THE FACE OF THE CANADIAN MINING SECTOR

2018-3-16  In 2011, Canadian mining industry employers came together in a network and community of practice to develop and implement plans for increasing workforce diversity in their organizations and for the industry at large . The Diversity Network was initiated, hosted and supported by the Mining Industry Human Resources Council (MiHR) through its

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Human Resources - The Mining Association of Canada

A strong, sustainable mining industry requires a strong, sustainable workforce. The Canadian mining industry has a lot to offer those looking for a rewarding, high-paying career across a huge spectrum of jobs from mining and mineral-processing to marketing to finance to engineering. The Mining Association of Canada (MAC) supports the work of the Mining Industry Human Resources Read More »

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Mining Industry Human Resources Council (MiHR) LinkedIn

The Mining Industry Human Resources Council is the national council for the Canadian minerals and metals industry. MiHR was established to address the common human resources challenges of the ...

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Mining jobs in Canada to go begging: MiHR report -

2017-7-31  So says a new report from the Mining Industry Human Resources Council (MiHR), which projects 87,830 workers will need to be hired over the next decade under a baseline scenario. If mining expands ...

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MiHR, The Canadian Business Journal

MiHR is the sector council for the Canadian minerals and metals industry. A recognized leader in the development and implementation of national human resources solutions, MiHR contributes to the strength, competitiveness, and sustainability of the Canadian

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MINING NEEDS YOU

2021-3-26  in the Canadian mining industry. Some programs are breaking down barriers and improving hiring practices, like the Gender Equity in Mining Works (GEM Works) program, or building bridg - es between immigrant-serving organizations, women’s and diversity organizations and mining companies, with MiHR’s ENSEMBLE: The Mining Diversity Network.

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CHANGING THE FACE OF THE CANADIAN MINING SECTOR

2018-3-16  In 2011, Canadian mining industry employers came together in a network and community of practice to develop and implement plans for increasing workforce diversity in their organizations and for the industry at large . The Diversity Network was initiated, hosted and supported by the Mining Industry Human Resources Council (MiHR) through its

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Canadian Mining Industry Employment, Hiring

2015-10-16  Canadian Mining Industry Employment, Hiring Requirements and Available Talent 10-Year Outlook! September, 2013! INFORMATION, INTELLIGENCE, INSIGHT. MiHR Priorities! Attraction, Retention and Transition (ART)! Skills, Learning and Mobility (SLM)! Research for

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Mining Industry Human Resources Council (MiHR)

2010-6-30  The Mining Essentials Program was conceptualized after MiHR’s 2009 needs-assessment revealed national interest in an essential skills program for the industry. This pre-employment mining training program is a potential entry point to MiHR’s Canadian Mining Credentials Program, with curriculum based on industry standards.

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MIHR - 06112019 - Development of Pre-employment,

MiHR’s mission is to lead collaboration across the Canadian mining sector to understand labour market trends, identify opportunities, and develop solutions. PROJECT OVERVIEW As part of ongoing efforts that support greater diversity and inclusion within the sector, MiHR provides ‘Mining Essentials’ (ME) - a pre-employment training program ...

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The State of Canada’s Mining Industry

2020-2-19  The Mining Association of Canada (MAC) is the national organization of the Canadian mining industry. We represent companies involved in mineral exploration, mining, smelting, refining and semi-fabrication. Our member companies account for most of Canada’s output of metals and minerals.

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MiHR, The Canadian Business Journal

MiHR is the sector council for the Canadian minerals and metals industry. A recognized leader in the development and implementation of national human resources solutions, MiHR contributes to the strength, competitiveness, and sustainability of the Canadian

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CHANGING THE FACE OF THE CANADIAN MINING SECTOR

2018-3-16  In 2011, Canadian mining industry employers came together in a network and community of practice to develop and implement plans for increasing workforce diversity in their organizations and for the industry at large . The Diversity Network was initiated, hosted and supported by the Mining Industry Human Resources Council (MiHR) through its

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Mining Industry Human Resources Council (MiHR) LinkedIn

Mining Industry Human Resources Council (MiHR) 3,005 followers on LinkedIn. Canada’s Knowledge Centre for Mining Labour Market Intelligence The Mining Industry Human Resources Council is the national council for the Canadian minerals and metals industry. MiHR was established to address the common human resources challenges of the Canadian mining industry.

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HUMAN RESOURCES: MiHR to help new Canadians enter

2018-9-25  OTTAWA – The Mining Industry Human Resources Council has launched its Mining Professional Immigrant Network (M-PIN). This is a free network that will help Ontario mine employers connect in person and online with internationally trained professionals in

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MIHR - Mining Industry Human Resources (Canada ...

Developed by the Mining Industry Human Resources Council (MiHR) and members of industry the program is the cornerstone of the mining industry's efforts to recognize the skills, knowledge and experience of its workforce. The Mining Industry Human Resources Council (MiHR) launched the Canadian Mining Industry Employment and Hiring Forecasts 2010 ...

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MINING NEEDS YOU

2021-3-26  in the Canadian mining industry. Some programs are breaking down barriers and improving hiring practices, like the Gender Equity in Mining Works (GEM Works) program, or building bridg - es between immigrant-serving organizations, women’s and diversity organizations and mining companies, with MiHR’s ENSEMBLE: The Mining Diversity Network.

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Canadian Mining Industry Employment, Hiring

2015-10-16  Canadian Mining Industry Employment, Hiring Requirements and Available Talent 10-Year Outlook! September, 2013! INFORMATION, INTELLIGENCE, INSIGHT. MiHR Priorities! Attraction, Retention and Transition (ART)! Skills, Learning and Mobility (SLM)! Research for

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Mining Industry Human Resources Council (MiHR)

2010-6-30  The Mining Essentials Program was conceptualized after MiHR’s 2009 needs-assessment revealed national interest in an essential skills program for the industry. This pre-employment mining training program is a potential entry point to MiHR’s Canadian Mining Credentials Program, with curriculum based on industry standards.

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MiHR Sudbury Case Study Focus ... - Republic of Mining

2009-7-7  The Mining Industry Human Resource Council (MiHR) was formed to address the human resources challenges in the Canadian mining industry. This case study on post-secondary mining education in the Sudbury region came from a 2005 report called “Prospecting the Future: Meeting Human Resources Challenges in the Canadian Minerals and Metals Industry”. ...

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The State of Canada’s Mining Industry

2020-2-19  The Mining Association of Canada (MAC) is the national organization of the Canadian mining industry. We represent companies involved in mineral exploration, mining, smelting, refining and semi-fabrication. Our member companies account for most of Canada’s output of metals and minerals.

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