The Human Resources Division provides various human resources programs and services to the Corporation. This includes recruitment and selection services, group health benefits and OMERS administration, health a safety advisory services, disability management, labour relations, service recognition programs and professional training and development.

Proposed Human Resources 2020 budget

Highlights

The City has been experiencing a high number of recruitment/selection activities, largely due to a number of retirements. The following chart illustrates HR's recruitment activities. The higher trend for permanent positions is mostly due to age demographics and will continue as long-term, experienced employees reach the age of retirement. The high number of temporary postings is a result of the nature of the municipal workforce and seasonal positions. Such high activity requires a significant commitment of time and attention from the Human Resources Division and hiring departments.

Recruitment/selection activities
Type of activity201720182019 (forecast)
Permanent postings 99 77 95
Temporary postings 126 110 95
Permanent positions filled 134 102 125
Temporary positions filled 239 218 235