Who are we?
Experience, Competence, Reputation and Service
We are an Indigenous owned & operated consulting firm specializing in industrial & employee relations, collective bargaining, investigations, policy development, recruitment, sourcing, onboarding, Indigenous relations, and supervisor and manager training.
With ownership roots in Treaty 4 & Treaty 5, our home office is in Treaty 6 territory in Edmonton. We have offices in the traditional unceded territory of the Lheidli T’enneh in Prince George and in the traditional unceded Coast Salish Territory of the Lekwungen and W̱SÁNEĆ Nations in Victoria.
Serving organizations in industrial relations, labour law and human resource management across Canada
Utilizing data analytics, modelling and project simulation, we forecast and manage direct & logistical labour costs, quantify workforce supply risk, and quantify risk profiles
We are a Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business member firm and Certified Indigenous Owned and Operated Company
We provide comprehensive workforce delivery, mass-recruitment and labour relations services
We are a member firm and Workforce Development Committee Participant, assisting in the development of public policy in the area of workforce development and employment
We are a member of the Chartered Professionals in Human Resources Association (Alberta)
With business acumen, we develop compelling strategies, processes and tactics informed by research and robust analysis.
Human Resources and Industrial Relations are optimally positioned when influencing and advising leadership in a supportive posture.
We provide “back-office” support to processes properly owned by the organization’s operational chain of command.
Absent formal authority, we influence leadership by providing thoughtful guidance and support within the scope of our expertise.
Most clients say, “This isn’t the type of service we’re used to.” Then they say, “How refreshing!”
Workforce Delivery Inc. has superior technical expertise together with the experience and skill to effectively navigate complex issues, complex organizations, and complex networks of organizations.