National body for HR still needed: CCHRA

Independent moves by provinces, loss of Quebec raise questions about national council’s role

Ontario’s HR association is lobbying the provincial government to pass a private member’s bill to regulate the profession. British Columbia took the initiative to develop an HR metrics service. And Quebec is no longer a member of Canada’s national HR association. Canada’s HR associations come in all shapes and sizes, with varying levels of resources and memberships. So what exactly is the role of the Canadian Council of Human Resources Associations (CCHRA)? With so much variation among the provinces, is a national body workable? Yes, according to members and non-members alike.

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