How we find, build, operate and reclaim mines in Canada is being rapidly transformed by innovative technologies and the achievement of transformational change requires a new vision for mining that is ambitious enough to drive a change in performance and operational goals. This week’s Blog takes a look at a recent report from the Mining Industry Human Resources Council (MiHR) that addresses this very issue; The Changing Nature of Work: Innovation, Automation and Canada’s Mining Workforce.
Mining Industry Human Resources Council (MiHR)
The Mining Industry Human Resource Council’s is hoping to better position students to secure employment opportunities within the mining industry after graduation. This week’s Blog takes a look at the experiences of students, professors, and research assistants involved in work-integrated learning (WIL) through MiHR’s Gearing Up program.
Mark your calendars now for this virtual career fair, designed to connect you with top Canadian minerals and metals companies…all from the confort of home. Mining companies – make sure to read this Blog too, to learn how you can reach candidates via this innovative new platform.
If you’re an employer interested in receiving a subsidy of up to 50 per cent of an intern’s wage, or if you’re a future employee interested in learning more about working in Canada’s mining industry, in particular, at a Green Job, this Blog’s for you!
The men and women who operate Canada’s mining industry are gearing up for retirement but the number of young workers entering the industry isn’t enough to close the gap. MiHR is working on a solution that will help find and train the next generation of skilled mining workers. Learn more in our latest Blog post!