Canadian Pacific and International Bank
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In this article, the writer discusses a case about the Canadian Pacific and International Bank that involves an audit that shows that while the bank has been meeting its goals in breaking through the glass ceiling for women, it has not been meeting its goals for the hiring of Aboriginal and persons with disabilities. The writer maintains that the bank should have employees in these groups in the same proportion as in the population at large, but it has been falling short.
From the Paper:"Mary Keddy has to give this issue the same attention she gave to the glass ceiling problem before and needs to do so soon. She needs to develop a program to attract and hire more Aboriginal people and more people with disabilities. Among the ways of doing this that might be considered are the following: Create a liaison with local educational institutions to attract students from these two groups. This approach does limit the number of people who can be reached, but it has the advantage of finding potential employees with sufficient education to fit into the needs of the bank."
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