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Our Better Future: Strategic Plan 2014-2017

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  • 1. TORONTO REGION IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL (TRIEC) | Annual Council Meeting, September 16, 2013 TORONTO REGION IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL (TRIEC) TRIEC Annual Council Meeting September 16, 2013 Our Better Future
  • 2. TORONTO REGION IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL (TRIEC) | Annual Council Meeting, September 16, 2013 Our Better Future Strategic Plan 2014-2017 Our Better Future Photo credit: Francisco Diez
  • 3. TORONTO REGION IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL (TRIEC) | Annual Council Meeting, September 16, 2013 What problem are we trying to solve?
  • 4. TORONTO REGION IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL (TRIEC) | Annual Council Meeting, September 16, 2013 The unemployment rate for university educated immigrants is double the rate for Canadian-born.
  • 5. TORONTO REGION IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL (TRIEC) | Annual Council Meeting, September 16, 2013 Education achieved abroad is discounted by the Canadian labour market by a factor of 30%.
  • 6. TORONTO REGION IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL (TRIEC) | Annual Council Meeting, September 16, 2013 …while experience is discounted by 70%.
  • 7. TORONTO REGION IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL (TRIEC) | Annual Council Meeting, September 16, 2013 Skilled immigrants earn only $23,300 on average, compared to Canadian-born university grads who make $78,900.
  • 8. TORONTO REGION IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL (TRIEC) | Annual Council Meeting, September 16, 2013 In the last ten years, what has changed?
  • 9. TORONTO REGION IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL (TRIEC) | Annual Council Meeting, September 16, 2013 The skilled immigrant has changed • Fewer arrivals in Toronto 2005: 112,831 2012: 77,466 • Higher language skills • Expression of Interest? Consider other skilled immigrants who may need our support: pre-arrival, underemployed, go beyond recruitment: retention, promotion and advancement
  • 10. TORONTO REGION IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL (TRIEC) | Annual Council Meeting, September 16, 2013 Attitude change Hiring immigrants is not just seen as the right thing to do but the smart thing to do Need for continued cultural change Mentors: 90% more likely to interview and/or hire an IEP Employers have changed
  • 11. TORONTO REGION IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL (TRIEC) | Annual Council Meeting, September 16, 2013 Government funding has changed • Funding under pressure at all levels • Call for more accountability
  • 12. TORONTO REGION IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL (TRIEC) | Annual Council Meeting, September 16, 2013 Desire for measurement and impact Driven by government, expressed by all stakeholders
  • 13. TORONTO REGION IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL (TRIEC) | Annual Council Meeting, September 16, 2013 Desire for scale
  • 14. TORONTO REGION IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL (TRIEC) | Annual Council Meeting, September 16, 2013 What’s working well at TRIEC
  • 15. TORONTO REGION IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL (TRIEC) | Annual Council Meeting, September 16, 2013 Principles of the strategic plan
  • 16. TORONTO REGION IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL (TRIEC) | Annual Council Meeting, September 16, 2013 Strategic Goals Goal 1 Lead employer culture change Goal 2 Reach and empower more skilled immigrants Be outstanding Goal 3 Be an outstanding organization for today and tomorrow Diversified revenue/HR/Governance/ Government relations/Communications/IT
  • 17. TORONTO REGION IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL (TRIEC) | Annual Council Meeting, September 16, 2013 Be outstanding Goal 1: Lead employer culture change • Create a targeted plan for engaging by key target markets, by sector and size: scale • Develop tools and resources to support them (Campus)
  • 18. TORONTO REGION IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL (TRIEC) | Annual Council Meeting, September 16, 2013 Employer Engagement Continuum: A Model This model describes the key elements of engagement between employers, governments, service providers and other system players to improve immigrant integration into the labour market.
  • 19. TORONTO REGION IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL (TRIEC) | Annual Council Meeting, September 16, 2013 AWARE OF ISSUES & TRIEC ACTIVELY PARTICIPATING FULLY ENGAGED
  • 20. TORONTO REGION IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL (TRIEC) | Annual Council Meeting, September 16, 2013 Goal 1: Lead employer culture change • Benchmarking and assessing GTA Employers • Working with employers to set outcomes • Sector-based approach • Collaboration with employers and CASIP • Developing tools and resources to support employers through TRIEC Campus
  • 21. TORONTO REGION IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL (TRIEC) | Annual Council Meeting, September 16, 2013 Be outstanding Goal 2: Reach and empower more skilled immigrants • In Canada less than 3 years • Underemployed and in Canada greater than 3 years • Career progression • Overseas
  • 22. TORONTO REGION IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL (TRIEC) | Annual Council Meeting, September 16, 2013 Goal 2: Reach and empower more skilled immigrants • The Mentoring Partnership bring to scale – to expand the impact of this solution to more immigrants. • Professional Immigrant Networks (PINs) look for new ways to better connect PINs leaders with employers and agencies.
  • 23. TORONTO REGION IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL (TRIEC) | Annual Council Meeting, September 16, 2013 Goal 2: Reach and empower more skilled immigrants Develop new initiatives: • Underemployment of skilled immigrants • Pre-Arrival
  • 24. TORONTO REGION IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL (TRIEC) | Annual Council Meeting, September 16, 2013 Goal 3: Be an outstanding organization for today and tomorrow • TRIEC Talent – Board and staff • Government relations • Diversified revenue • Communications • IT • Planning and Measurement • TRIEC Council Be outstanding Be outstanding
  • 25. TORONTO REGION IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL (TRIEC) | Annual Council Meeting, September 16, 2013 • Our Vision: A Greater Toronto Region that prospers by fully engaging the contributions of skilled immigrants. • Our Mission: Create and champion solutions to better integrate skilled immigrants in the Greater Toronto Region labour market.
  • 26. TORONTO REGION IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL (TRIEC) | Annual Council Meeting, September 16, 2013 Next steps • Strategic plan communication and stakeholder engagement: September – December • New staff structure to be implemented: end of October • Operations plan: February 24th, 2014 board meeting
  • 27. TORONTO REGION IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL (TRIEC) | Annual Council Meeting, September 16, 2013 Thank you to stakeholders who participated in consultations • Deanna Matzanke, Scotiabank • Sue Sadler, ACCES Employment • Kaushik Sarkar, ACCES Employment mentee • Glem Dias, independent consultant • Jooseok Lee, JoinTheLeaders • James Lapiere, City of Toronto/PAYE • Suzanne Noga, City of Mississauga • Peter Hawkins, MELLOHAWK Logistics • Shalini Da Cunha, Peel Halton Workforce Development Group • Sue Carpenter, Sheridan Institute • Nora Priestly, York University • Cliff Fast, CIC • Ursula Lipski , MCI • Nigel Roberts, Advantage Mississauga • Joe Valvisori, Halton Newcomer Strategy / Region of Halton • Aamna Ashraf, Peel Newcomer Strategy Group • Emiliano Mendez, RBC • Natalia Gilburd, JVS Toronto, mentee • Zuleika Sgro, Questrade • Amy Koning, Seneca College • Sandra Saric, ICTC • Stephen Chait, City of Markham • Dave Gordon, State Farm • Susan Moreland, xe.com • Jennifer Heikamp, York Region • Judy Davidson, Job Skills • Debroy Chan, JVS Toronto • Kevin Stevens, Newcomer Centre of Peel • Roland Rhooms, Skills for Change • Surranna Sandy, Skills for Change • Richard Lecours, CIC • Jason Hastings, Region of York • Shirley Marie Garcia, HRPA York Region • Catherine Chandler-Crichlow, TFSA • Sutha Balasingham, York LIP • Anna Rojkova, Seneca College
  • 28. TORONTO REGION IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL (TRIEC) | Annual Council Meeting, September 16, 2013 Thank you to TRIEC board members • Ratna Omidvar, Maytree, Chair of the Board • Naomi Alboim, Queen's University • Carrie Blair, Sun Life Financial • Mario Calla, COSTI Immigrant Services • Diane Jeffreys, KPMG • Gabriel Leiva von Bovet, IBM Canada, HispanoTech.ca • Young Park, CGI • Baskaran Rajamani, Deloitte • Dianne Salt, RBC • Sanish Samuel, York University Foundation • Phil Schalm, University of Toronto • Manjit Singh, TD Canada Trust • John Tory, Greater Toronto CivicAction Alliance • Shelley White, United Way of Peel Region • Daniele Zanotti, United Way of York Region
  • 29. TORONTO REGION IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL (TRIEC) | Annual Council Meeting, September 16, 2013 Thank you to TRIEC staff • Jamila-Khanom Allidina, Program Administrative Assistant • Vimla Beg, Project Coordinator, Learning Initiatives • Monica Anne Brennan, Senior Manager • Rachel Crowe, Instructional Designer, Learning Initiatives • Yves Danteu, Manager, Professional Immigrant Networks • Rose De Veyra, Manager, Learning Initiatives • Carissa Di Gangi, Communications Coordinator • Natalia Dobrynina, Communications Specialist • Margaret Eaton, Executive Director • Monina Febria, Project Coordinator, Professional Immigrant Networks (PINs) Initiative • Jane Harvey-Mishra, Program Delivery Coordinator, Employer Partners • Jessica Hume, Manager, Communications • Rodel Imbarlina-Ramos, Manager, Corporate and Stakeholder Relations • Karen Jones, Project Coordinator, Learning Initiatives • Tulan Ma, Manager, IT Systems • Lillian Manea, Manager, Operations • Meena Sankaran, Coordinator, Program Delivery • Racquel Sevilla, Manager, Program Development • Rajni Sharma, Program Administrative Assistant • Ermira Simeqi, Program Administrative Assistant
  • 30. TORONTO REGION IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL (TRIEC) | Annual Council Meeting, September 16, 2013 Thank you to our funders and sponsors

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