HRPA FAQ

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Office of the Registrar

  1. How do I register a complaint against an HRPA registrant?

  2. How do I determine if an individual is a registrant of HRPA?

  3. How do I achieve the CHRP designation?

  4. How do I achieve the CHRL designation?

  5. How do I achieve the CHRE designation?

  6. What Schools Offer Courses that HRPA will Recognize?

  7. How do I Register for the CKE1 or CKE2?

  8. What is required to maintain my designation?

  9. How do I know what qualifies for CPD?



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Membership

  1. How do I renew my membership?

  2. How do I join as a new member?



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Chapters

  1. How do I register for a Chapter event?

  2. What if I am not an HRPA member and want to attend a Chapter event?

  3. How do I cancel a Chapter event registration?

  4. How do I change my chapter?



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Professional Development

  1. How do I register for an HRPA Professional Development event/webinar?

  2. Can you tell me if you have any courses on (subject)?

  3. I can't find the CPD code?

  4. Will I receive a recording for a webcast if I register and cannot attend?

  5. How do I become a speaker at HRPA events?



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Annual Conference & Sponsorship

  1. I did not get my confirmation/receipt, can someone please resend?

  2. Which hotels available have a special rate?

  3. Does HRPA allow badge sharing?

  4. How many CPD hours do you get for attending the Annual Conference?

  5. Is the Social Event an additional fee?

  6. How do I apply to become a speaker at the Annual Conference?

  7. How do I become an Exhibitor or a Sponsor?



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iVolunteer

  1. Having troubles logging into the iVolunteer page?

  2. Having troubles applying to a volunteer opportunity?

  3. What volunteer opportunities are available?

  4. I am not a member of HRPA. Can I still apply to volunteer with the organization?



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Communications

  1. Where can I update my email preferences?

  2. Not receiving emails

  3. Not an HRPA member and want to receive HRPA information?

  4. Not a HRPA member and want to receive Chapter information?

  5. I am not a HRPA member. How do I unsubscribe from receiving HRPA information?

  6. I am not a HRPA member. How do I unsubscribe from receiving Chapter information?

  7. How do I make an editorial contribution?

  8. How can I advertise with HRPA?


Hire Authority Job Board

  1. How Can I access HRPA's Job Board Hire Authority?

  2. How do I login to Hire Authority as a Jobseeker?

  3. What is the cost to post a job on Hire Authority and is there a discount for members?

  4. How do I login to Post a Job on Hire Authority?

  5. How can I pay for my job posting?

  6. When are Job Postings advertised to HRPA members?


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Resource Centre

  1. Pay Equity

  2. Health and Safety

  3. Human Rights

  4. Labour Relations

  5. Accessibility

  6. Sexual Harassment

  7. Employment

  8. Fair Work

  9. Cannabis in the Workplace




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Membership & Chapter Relations

Professional Development

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Communications

Hire Authority Job Board

Resource Centre


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Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA)

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M5S 2X9

Tel: (416) 923-2324
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Fax: (416) 923-7264​
TTY: (866) 620-3848

topregistrarClick on the question to jump to the answer; click on the answer
heading to jump back to the respective department's questions.


Office of the Registrar

  1. How do I register a complaint against an HRPA registrant?

  2. How do I determine if an individual is a registrant of HRPA?

  3. How do I achieve the CHRP designation?

  4. How do I achieve the CHRL designation?

  5. How do I achieve the CHRE designation?

  6. What Schools Offer Courses that HRPA will Recognize?

  7. How do I Register for the CKE1 or CKE2?

  8. What is required to maintain my designation?

  9. How do I know what qualifies for CPD?



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Membership

  1. How do I renew my membership?

  2. How do I join as a new member?



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Chapters

  1. How do I register for a Chapter event?

  2. What if I am not an HRPA member and want to attend a Chapter event?

  3. How do I cancel a Chapter event registration?

  4. How do I change my chapter?



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Professional Development

  1. How do I register for an HRPA Professional Development event/webinar?

  2. Can you tell me if you have any courses on (subject)?

  3. I can't find the CPD code?

  4. Will I receive a recording for a webcast if I register and cannot attend?

  5. How do I become a speaker at HRPA events?



​topAC

Annual Conference & Sponsorship

  1. I did not get my confirmation/receipt, can someone please resend?

  2. Which hotels available have a special rate?

  3. Does HRPA allow badge sharing?

  4. How many CPD hours do you get for attending the Annual Conference?

  5. Is the Social Event an additional fee?

  6. How do I apply to become a speaker at the Annual Conference?

  7. How do I become an Exhibitor or a Sponsor?



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iVolunteer

  1. Having troubles logging into the iVolunteer page?

  2. Having troubles applying to a volunteer opportunity?

  3. What volunteer opportunities are available?

  4. I am not a member of HRPA. Can I still apply to volunteer with the organization?



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Communications

  1. Where can I update my email preferences?

  2. Not receiving emails

  3. Not an HRPA member and want to receive HRPA information?

  4. Not a HRPA member and want to receive Chapter information?

  5. I am not a HRPA member. How do I unsubscribe from receiving HRPA information?

  6. I am not a HRPA member. How do I unsubscribe from receiving Chapter information?

  7. How do I make an editorial contribution?

  8. How can I advertise with HRPA?


Hire Authority Job Board

  1. How Can I access HRPA's Job Board Hire Authority?

  2. How do I login to Hire Authority as a Jobseeker?

  3. What is the cost to post a job on Hire Authority and is there a discount for members?

  4. How do I login to Post a Job on Hire Authority?

  5. How can I pay for my job posting?

  6. When are Job Postings advertised to HRPA members?


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Resource Centre

  1. Pay Equity

  2. Health and Safety

  3. Human Rights

  4. Labour Relations

  5. Accessibility

  6. Sexual Harassment

  7. Employment

  8. Fair Work

  9. Cannabis in the Workplace




Office of the Registrar

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  1. How do I register a complaint against an HRPA registrant?

A complaint against an HRPA registrant can be filed by anyone, including a member of the public, a fellow HRPA registrant or the Registrar on behalf of HRPA. All complaints must be submitted in writing by completing the Complaint FormMore information on the complaint process at HRPA >>


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  1. How do I determine if an individual is a registrant of HRPA?

  2. We are obligated under the  Registered  Human Resources Professionals Act, 2013  to outline, through a public register, and list the status of all members current and past.


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  1. How do I achieve the CHRP designation?

There are five requirements to achieve the CHRP:

  1. Membership requirement

  2. The various categories for membership and registration are listed on the HRPA website. You may register online.

  3. Coursework requirement
    There are two ways to complete the coursework requirement – Course-by-Course or Alternate Route

    • Courses-by-Course: This requires the completion of 9 HR specific courses, which are: HR Management, Organizational Behaviour, Finance & Accounting, Human Resources Planning, Occupational Health and Safety, Training and Development, Labour Relations, Recruitment and Selection, and Compensation.

      These courses can be earned a number of ways:

    • Alternate Route: The Alternate Route is intended for individuals with advanced HR education (Masters in human resources or industrial relations) or experienced HR professionals. To provide the greatest flexibility, a points-based system was developed that gives 'points' for experience, formal training, coursework, and other relevant designations. Fifty points are needed to pass the Alternate Route and qualify for the Comprehensive Knowledge Exam (CKE 1 or CKE2).
      There are two streams – Alternate Route Experience Stream (PDF) and Alternate Route Academic Stream (PDF).

  4. Exam requirement

    Write and pass the Comprehensive Knowledge Exam 1 (CKE1). Dates for the CKE 1 are outlined on the HR Designation section of the website. They are typically held February, June and October. Once you pass the CKE 1 you are eligible to site the CHRP Employment Law Exam.

  5. Employment Law Exam

    This Exam is typically held January, May and September, testing employment legislation in Ontario.

  6. Job Ready Program

    You will be given access to the Job Ready Program by HRPA once you have passed the Employment Law Exam. The job ready program is a series of 4 online modules and 12 required readings. To fulfill this requirement, you must complete all modules. The program takes approximately 4 hours to complete.

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  1. How do I achieve the CHRL designation?

  2. To obtain the CHRL, the following requirements would need to be met.
    1. Membership requirement
    2. The various categories for membership and registration are listed on the HRPA website. You may register online.

    3. Coursework requirement
      There are two ways to complete the coursework requirement – Course-by-Course or Alternate Route

      • Courses-by-Course: This requires the completion of 9 HR specific courses, which are: HR Management, Organizational Behaviour, Finance & Accounting, Human Resources Planning, Occupational Health and Safety, Training and Development, Labour Relations, Recruitment and Selection, and Compensation.

        These courses can be earned a number of ways:

      • Alternate Route: The Alternate Route is intended for individuals with advanced HR education (Masters in human resources or industrial relations) or experienced HR professionals. To provide the greatest flexibility, a points-based system was developed that gives 'points' for experience, formal training, coursework, and other relevant designations. Fifty points are needed to pass the Alternate Route and qualify for the Comprehensive Knowledge Exam (CKE 1 or CKE2).

        There are two streams – Alternate Route Experience Stream (PDF) and Alternate Route Academic Stream (PDF).


    4. Exam requirement
      Write and pass the Comprehensive Knowledge Exam 2 (CKE2). Dates for the CKE 2 are outlined on the HR Designation section of the website. They are typically held February, June and October. Once you pass the CKE 2 you are eligible to site the CHRL Employment Law Exam.

    5. Degree requirement

    6. Experience requirement
      Three years of professional level experience in HR, this is assessed by completing the Validation of Experience application form.

    7. Employment Law Exam
      This Exam is typically held January, May and September, testing employment legislation in Ontario.

    As of Fall 2018, additional requirements for the CHRL will also be rolled out over a period of several years:

    • Professional program – full implementation will likely occur in the Fall of 2018
    • Final performance exam – full implementation will likely occur in the Fall of 2019
    • Supervised experience – will replace part of the current experience requirement, with full implementation scheduled to occur in 2019
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  3. How do I achieve the CHRE designation?
  4. Achievement of the CHRE is a two-step process:

    1. Online self-assessment
    2. Phase 2 application – if you are successful in step 1, HRPA forwards you a phase 2 application for completion. This completed application is reviewed by an organizational psychologist and then sent to a panel of the CHRE Review Committee.
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  1. What Schools Offer Courses that HRPA will Recognize?
  2. More than 40 post-secondary academic institutions across Ontario offer HRPA-approved courses, which can be used toward the coursework requirement for both the CHRP and CHRL designations. A complete listing per institution is available online through our school search tool.

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  1. How do I Register for the CKE1 or CKE2?
  2. HRPA must assess your original hardcopy transcript of the prerequisite subjects for eligibility prior to you being able to register for the exam. Once you have registered for membership (cost outlined online), complete the online transcript assessment form and forward your original transcript via mail to HRPA

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  1. What is required to maintain my designation?
  2. There are two requirements to maintain CHRP, CHRL or CHRE designations:

    • Renew membership annually
    • Participate in the Continuing Professional Development Requirement (CPD)Continuing Professional Development Requirement (CPD) - CPD is the process by which CHRP, CHRL and CHRE members are required to obtain 66.67 hours of professional development activities for every three-year cycle. The CPD log outlines the broad scope of applicable activities. The CPD log is available on our website or through the member's online dashboard.

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  1. How do I know what qualifies for CPD?
  2. The CPD log outlines a broad scope of types of professional development activities. When deciding whether a particular activity fits into the CPD requirement members should remember that for an activity to be appropriate for your CPD there must be a direct and describable link between the content of the activity and how it furthers your ability as an HR practitioner.

    If you can articulate this link, then include the activity in your log. Be sure to include the linkage in your log when you are documenting the activity.




Membership

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  1. How do I renew my membership?
  2. Please go to the HRPA Guide to Renewal and follow the instructions. You must have your HRPA login ready to do this, and complete the entire renewal in one session (typically takes about 10-15 minutes). If you have any questions, please contact the Membership Team.

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  3. How do I join as a new member?
  4. Please go to HRPA New Application and review the Guide for New Members for further instructions. If you have any questions, please contact the Membership Team.
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Chapters

  1. How do I register for a Chapter event?
  2. Please select your event from either the HRPA Calendar of Events or the Chapter website > MENU (top left) > Chapter Events. Once you select the event you wish to attend, please click onRegister-Onlineand log in with your HRPA login details to obtain member pricing and complete the registration. Once you clickComplete-Registrationyou will be sent a confirmation email receipt of your event registration. If you do not receive this email within 12 hours of registering, please go here and email your Chapter contact.

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  3. What if I am not an HRPA member and want to attend a Chapter event?
  4. If the event is also open to non-members, you can create a non-member profile with the HRPA by clickingCreate-New-User-Accountand completing your address and email section. Non-member profiles do not cost anything but every Chapter event will have a charge for non-members to register.

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  5. How do I cancel a Chapter event registration?
  6. Please email the chaptercancellations@hrpa.ca with your HRPA member ID and the event you wish to cancel. Please note that all cancellations are subject to the Chapter Cancellation Policy.

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  7. How do I change my chapter?
  8. Please email the Membership Team with an email stating which chapter you want to move to. You can view the HRPA list of chapters contact the Membership Team to see where would best suit you. Remember: you can attend ANY HRPA Chapter event regardless of which Chapter you belong to.



Professional Development

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  1. I would like to register for an HRPA Professional Development event/webinar.
  2. You can register online by accessing the Professional Development Calendar, or by emailing the Professional Development Team.

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  3. Can you tell me if you have any courses on (subject)?
  4. Please access the Professional Development Calendar for a listing of courses.

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  5. I can't find the CPD code.
  6. A survey is emailed to all participants at the conclusion of each event. The CPD code can be found in the last question of the survey. Members have the option to manually enter the program information into their log. A CPD code is not mandatory in order to receive the PD hours.

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  7. Will I receive a recording for a webcast if I register and cannot attend?
  8. Registered participants will receive a copy of the recording for most webcasts. Note: Access to the recording expires 48 hours after you select the link.

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  9. How do I become a speaker at HRPA events?
  10. For Chapter events, go to the HRPA Speakers Bureau.

    For HRPA professional development events please submit at the Speaker Proposal page.

    For the Annual Conference, please email AC Speakers.




Annual Conference & Sponsorship

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  1. I did not get my confirmation/receipt, can someone please resend?
  2. Please email registration@conexsys.com and a new confirmation will be sent out.

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  3. Which hotels available have a special rate?
  4. Intercontinental, The Delta, Fairmount Royal York and Radisson Admiral have special rates until further notice. The cut-off dates vary per hotel:

    • InterContinental Hotel: December 27, 2019
    • Delta Hotel: January 9, 2020
    • Hyatt Regency Toronto: January 9, 2020
    • Radisson Admiral: January 4, 2020

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  5. Does HRPA allow badge sharing?
  6. While some companies may decide to share badges, HRPA does not facilitate the exchange of badges between attendees. It is the responsibility of the individuals to do so.

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  7. How many CPD hours do you get for attending the Annual Conference?
  8. CHRP, CHRL and CHRE conference delegates earn one hour of instruction at the conference.

    “Delegates earn 1 hour per hour of instruction to a maximum of 8 hours per day.“Attendance at HRPA’s Annual Conference should be recorded under Section A3 of the Continuing Professional Development Log, and Members are required to provide a brief description of the course content describing how the activity furthers your ability as an HR practitioner. Members can log up to a maximum of 24 hours for 3 days attendance at the HRPA conference.”

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  9. Is the Networking Event an additional fee?
  10. No - It is included in the full conference package and the Wednesday package.

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  11. How do I apply to become a speaker at the Annual Conference?
  12. Thank you for your interest to become a speaker. The deadline to submit a Speaking Proposal was March 21, 2019 for our 2020 Conference.

    Please email mmcquillan@hrpa.ca if you would like to receive speaker updates.

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  13. How do I become an Exhibitor or a Sponsor?
  14. Thank you for your interest to become an Exhibitor or Sponsor.

    Please find more details here >>


ivolunteer

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  1. Having troubles logging into the iVolunteer page?
  2. Your login credentials are the same username and password that you use to log in to the main site. If you have forgotten your login credentials, or need assistance with accessing your account, please contact ivolunteer.

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  3. Having troubles applying to a volunteer opportunity?
  4. Usually, issues around applying for volunteer opportunities arise from the following:

    • The user is not logged into their account. Depending on which browser you are using, your connection will be 'timed out' after a while. Before applying for the opportunity, please ensure that you are logged into your account. You can check this at any time by looking near the top right corner of your screen. If you are not logged into your account, you will only be able to view the listing.

    • Members using browsers such as Microsoft's Internet Explorer have reported that they have difficulties with certain functions on the website; this includes applying for volunteer opportunities. Please ensure that you are using an updated browser. We recommend that members use Google Chrome.

If you're still experiencing issues applying for any of volunteer opportunities, please contact ivolunteer.

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  1. What volunteer opportunities are available?
  2. We are adding new opportunities across the province every day! Be sure to visit our current opportunities page to see what opportunities are available in and around your community.

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  3. I am not a member of HRPA. Can I still apply to volunteer with the organization?
  4. Currently, only members of HRPA can apply for the volunteer opportunities listed on our site. If you would like to find out more about membership with HRPA, please contact our Membership Team.



Communications

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  1. Where can I update my email preferences?
  2. The preferences can be updated at any time by clicking on "Manage Subscription" at the footer of your HRPA emails:
    Manage-Subscription
    Once you are on the preferences page, you can select the topics you are interested and hit "Save" when you are done.

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  3. Not receiving emails
  4. Please check your email account "Spam" or "Junk" folder to ensure that our emails are not being filtered. If the message was caught by the spam filter, you may find an option to mark it as 'not a Spam' or to 'Add sender to white-list.' This will aid in receiving future emails from HRPA.

    Whitelist on Hotmail, Windows Live and MSN

    Click on "Options" in the upper right corner of your Hotmail screen > In the body of the page right under "Junk e-mail" click on the link Safe and Blocked Senders > Click on the link Safe Senders > Enter our email address: reply@membermail.hrpa.ca > Click "Add to list".

    Whitelist on Gmail

    1. Open the email in your Gmail inbox
    2. Click on the Settings cog in the top-right corner and go to Mail settings.
    3. Select the Filters and Blocked Addresses tab from the choices that load.
    4. Click on Create a new filter, near the bottom of this area.
    5. In the From field, add the e-mail addresses or names of people or companies you never want to land in your spam folder, using capital OR between each address/name. ("hrpa" OR reply@membermail.hrpa.ca)
    6. Click the Next Step button after you're finished entering all the information.
    7. Check the box next to Never send it to spam and then click Create Filter.

    Whitelist on Yahoo

    1. Open your mailbox and click on "Mail Options" (upper right hand corner).
    2. Select "Filters" under the Management column.
    3. Click the "Add" button on the Filters page.
    4. In the "From header:" row, make the drop down "contains" and put the mailer's from our address reply@membermail.hrpa.ca in the box.
    5. At the bottom of the page Click the "Choose Folder" pull down menu and select "Inbox".
    6. Click the "Add Filter" button.

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  5. Not an HRPA member and want to receive HRPA information?
  6. HRPA is pleased to provide non HRPA members and the public with our latest news and information. Click here to subscribe.

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  7. Not a HRPA member and want to receive Chapter information?
  8. HRPA is pleased to provide non HRPA members and the public with the latest news and information from a chosen HRPA Chapter. Click here to subscribe.

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  9. I am not a HRPA member. How do I unsubscribe from receiving HRPA information?
  10. You may unsubscribe to receive news and information at any time here.

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  11. I am not a HRPA member. How do I unsubscribe from receiving Chapter information?
  12. You may unsubscribe to receive news and information at any time here.

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  13. How do I make an editorial contribution?
  14. Please contact: MaryBeth McKenzie, Director, Public Relations and Communications at 416.923.2324 ext: 356

    Note – we are not accepting submissions at this time 

  15. How can I advertise with HRPA?
  16. To learn more, please contact: Adam Hart, HRPA Business Development Lead at 416.923.2324 ext: 353


Hire Authority Job Board

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  1. How can I access HRPA's Job Board Hire Authority?

  2. Jobseeker Website

    Employer Website

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  3. How do I login to Hire Authority as a Jobseeker?
  4. Only HRPA members or registrants can sign into Hire Authority. You can gain access by visiting Hire Authority and signing in with your HRPA username and password.

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  5. What is the cost to post a job on Hire Authority and is there a discount for members?
  6. The cost to post a standard job on Hire Authority is $450+HST. We do offer discounted packages.

    The prices are the same for both members & non-members.

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  7. How do I login to Post a Job on Hire Authority?
  8. The Jobseeker & Employer site are two separate entities. The Jobseeker site is for HRPA members and Registrants and can be accessed with ones HRPA login details.

    To sign in as an employer one must either sign in to an existing account or create a new account. This would require separate login credentials not one's HRPA user details. If you try to create an Employer account and it already exists in our system you will receive a message that an email has been sent to the account administrator.

    If you do not know who that person is, or they may no longer be with the company please contact Hire Authority and they will assist you in accessing your employer profile.

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  9. How can I pay for my job posting?
  10. Hire Authority is an e-commerce platform and all payments are made online via credit card. We accept all major credit cards.

    If your organization does not have a credit card, Hire Authority will review requests for invoices on a case by case basis. Contact Hire Authority for more information.

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  11. When are Job Postings advertised to HRPA members?
  12. All NEW job postings are advertised in HRPA's daily email on Tuesday and Thursday.



Resource Centre

The HRPA Resource Centre provides a reference service available to all members of HRPA. Below are common employment links that members often request. Contact the Resource Centre if you would like to put in an official request.

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  1. Pay Equity
  2. Ontario's Pay Equity Act (1987) addresses systemic gender discrimination in compensation for work performed by employees in female-dominated job classes. The Act requires private sector employers with ten or more employees and all public sector employers to objectively compare jobs usually done by women to those usually done by men, and to compensate everyone equally for work of equal value.

    HRPA White Paper


    Outside Resources

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  3. Health and Safety
  4. The Occupational Health and Safety Act (introduced 1979, since strengthened) sets out the rights and duties of all parties in the workplace. It establishes procedures for dealing with workplace hazards, and it provides for enforcement of the law where workplace parties do not comply.

    Outside Resources

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  5. Human Rights
  6. The Ontario Human Rights Code states that every person has a right to equal treatment without discrimination or harassment because of race, ancestry, place of origin, colour, ethnic origin, citizenship, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, record of offences, marital status, family status or disability.

    Outside Resources

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  7. Labour Relations
  8. The Ministry of Labour promotes a stable and constructive labour relations climate and fosters productive workplace relationships in Ontario. The Ministry's labour relations activities focus on settling workplace disputes under various employment-related statutes, assisting in the settlement of collective agreements and producing collective bargaining information.

    Outside Resources

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  9. Accessibility
  10. Accessibility standards are laws that government, businesses, non-profits and public sector organizations must follow to become more accessible. They help organizations identify and remove barriers to improve accessibility for people with disabilities. Ontario is the first jurisdiction to legislate accessibility reporting and to establish standards so people with disabilities can participate more actively in their communities.

    Outside Resources

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  11. Sexual Harassment
  12. Employers have duties with respect to workplace harassment and violence under the Occupational Health and Safety Act. It is important for employers to address any unwanted behaviours early to minimize the potential for workplace harassment.
    HRPA Whitepaper

    Outside Resources

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  13. Employment
  14. The Employment Standards Act, 2000 (ESA) provides the minimum standards for most employees working in Ontario. It sets out the rights and responsibilities of employees and employers in most Ontario workplaces. However, the ESA does not apply to certain individuals and the persons or organizations they work for. Workplace not covered under the Ontario ESA should consult the Federal labour standards.

    HRPA Whitepaper

    Outside Resources

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  15. Fair Work
  16. In order to create more opportunity and security for workers in this changing economy, the Ontario Ministry of Labour introduced the Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, 2017, which amends existing employment legislation.

    The White Paper

    Outside Resources

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  17. Cannabis in the Workplace
  18. The proposed Cannabis Act will create a legal framework for the sale and possession of marijuana for recreational purposes in Canada. Employers are concerned about how the legalization and subsequent increased use will affect the workplace.

    The White Paper

    Outside Resources








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