Electricity Human Resources Canada Awards Celebrate Achievements in Electricity Sector HR

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Feb 19, 2021

Electricity Human Resources Canada (EHRC) announced the recipients of their Awards of Excellence 2020 at a virtual event today, bringing together sector stakeholders from laptops and screens across the country.

The annual awards celebrate outstanding accomplishments by individuals and teams across the sector from employers of all sizes and training institutions. This year, EHRC received a record number of nominations, making the selection process particularly challenging.

“2020 was a challenging year, and we’ve seen that many people rose to that challenge,” said Michelle Branigan, CEO of EHRC. “This speaks volumes to the resourcefulness and professionalism found across the sector in all areas. As always, we are proud to be able to recognize the leadership and innovation of our colleagues coast to coast and share their inspiring accomplishments with others.”

A highlight of the annual awards is the naming of the Leader of the Year, a title honouring an individual who has performed exceptionally and who inspires professionals across the country. This year’s winner is Stephanie Smith, President and CEO of CANDU Owners Group.

When presenting the Leader of the Year Award, Kathy Lerette, Chair of the EHRC Board of Directors said, “Stephanie continues to cultivate strong relationships both within her company and outside of it. She is an excellent ambassador for the industry and leads with thoughtful vision and expertise.”

In addition to the standard award categories, this year EHRC also included a Pandemic Response Award to acknowledge the extra }

 

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This year’s winners are:

Innovation in HR Practices by an Educational or Training Institution Award 2020

Electrical Power and Industrial Control Option of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology Program, British Columbia Institute of Technology

Innovation in HR Practices by an Employer Award 2020

Ashleigh Trahan, Bruce Power

Workplace Diversity and Inclusion Champion Award 2020

ATCO, EEAC & WIDE Committees

Pandemic Response Award 2020

People & Culture and Customer Experience Teams, Alberta Electric System Operator

Emerging Leader of the Year Award 2020

Amrit Takhar, Schneider Electric Canada

Leader of the Year Award 2020

Stephanie Smith, CANDU Owners Group

 

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