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Recognizing Inspiring Environmental Professionals At The ECO Impact Awards Gala
The 2nd Annual ECO Impact Awards Gala will recognize outstanding environmental professionals from across Canada. For 2018, we have added an Employer Impact Award. Find out more about our speakers.
Phasing Out Asbestos in the Workplace
Featured guest blog by www.mesothelioma.com discussing how Canadian workers are affected by asbestos exposure, and how to achieve a greener future.
Nearly 1 in 4 Environmental Professionals Are Set To Retire In The Next 10 Years
Tweet For over 25 years ECO Canada (Environmental Careers Organization) has helped nurture the environmental sector by connecting professionals to training programs, certifications, career… Read more
Applying the Concepts of Reclamation and Remediation when working with Indigenous Communities
Tweet Without question, the practices of reclamation and remediation are one of the most important aspects of environmental work in the 21st century. As… Read more
Characteristics of Canadian Environmental Practitioners Report (2006)
This 2006 study describes what motivated environmental practitioners stay with their employer
HR Best Practices Report (2009)
Learn about the HR strategies used by Canadian environmental organizations to promote employee engagement in 2009
Inspire Your Staff to Say: I Love My Job
ECO Canada conducted this 2012 study to learn more about the competencies that environmental employers look for
HR Best Practices Report (2012)
This 2012 study offers HR strategies used by environmental organizations to acknowledge challenges unique to the sector
Professional Engagement Study: What Motivates Environmental Employees (2011)
Our 2011 study compared the engagement of workers in the environmental sector to those in the overall Canadian workforce
Aboriginal Recruitment Guide (2010)
In 2010, ECO Canada developed an employment strategy to help organizations find qualified Indigenous professionals