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WRHA Indigenous Health - Cultural Initiatives

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WRHA Indigenous Health - Cultural Initiatives

Education Sessions & Presentations

Grand Rounds in Indigenous Health

Staff Workshops & Training

Indigenous Employee Retention for Managers

Half-Day Workshop

GOAL

This workshop provides information to support diversity in the workplace with an emphasis on an Indigenous representative workforce.

THE WORKSHOP

This workshop will enhance a participant’s understanding of the dynamics of Indigenous employment and explore how workplace culture may affect the retention of Indigenous staff. The workshop explores themes and issues emerging from participant experiences to identify concrete and productive solutions.

WHAT YOU CAN LEARN:

  • Improved recruitment and retention strategies for Indigenous employees
  • How to create a workplace environment that values an individual’s diversity

This workshop was developed by the Aboriginal Services Committee which is comprised of representatives from Manitoba Blue Cross Employee Assistance Program, WRHA Indigenous Health, WRHA Human Resources, Manitoba Health Care Unions, Provincial Regional Health Authority Representatives, and Indigenous & Community Organizations.

Time and REGISTRATION

Please contact (204) 940-8880 or 1-877-940-8880 (toll free) for upcoming dates and workshop locations.

Please inquire about group booking options and the delivery of workshops for departments or groups of 8 or more.

It is recommended that participants complete the Indigenous Cultural Awareness Workshop prior to this workshop.

We are currently transitioning from WRHA’s Organization & Staff Development’s online registration system to the Learning Management System operated by Manitoba eHealth.

Available dates for this workshops will be listed on LMS. You will need to create an LMS account in order to register for these workshops.

For information or access to your EAP services you can call 24 hours 7 days a week at (204) 786-8880, TTY (204) 775-0586 or toll free 1-800-590-5553.

 

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