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Environmental Employers in Canada Struggle

to Find and Keep Workers


Calgary,
June 5, 2007 — Canada's environmental employers can expect to find it harder to keep their employees, according to a recent report by ECO Canada. The Characteristics of Canadian Environmental Practitioners report identifies the key characteristics and motivations of Canada's environmental workers, which will be important to the ongoing success of the environmental sector.

"ECO Canada's research shows no decrease in the need for people to do environmental work in this country," said Grant Trump, President and CEO of ECO Canada. "In fact, the need for people is increasing by leaps and bounds as awareness about environmental issues grows along with the demand for products and services. How employers respond to the needs of their employees will be key to their success."

A major challenge facing employers is retention. According to the report, 72 percent of respondents had stayed five years or less with their previous employer. In addition, 36 percent of respondents expected to leave their current employer within the next five years. Only 10 percent expected to be working in the same job in their current organization after five years.

"There is definitely a shortage of people to do environmental work across the board," says Trump. "Employers need to examine their recruitment strategies for the inclusion of Aboriginal workers, immigrants, and women to fill the increasing gap. All three of these groups are currently under-represented in the sector."

To download the report, please visit
www.eco.ca and click on "Publications."

About ECO Canada:
ECO Canada develops programs that help individuals build meaningful environmental careers, provides employers with resources to find and keep the best environmental practitioners, and informs educators and governments of employment trends to ensure the ongoing prosperity of this growing sector.

To read the Canadian government’s 2007 45 page report on Canadian environmental jobs, please visit the link http://www.eco.ca/pdf/LMI_Industry_Final_2007_EN.pdf
 

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