The City of Guelph is making our workplace more welcoming for everyone; Black, Indigenous people of colour, people who identify as members of LGBTQ2+ community, and other underrepresented groups.
We are updating Guelph’s employment practices, training and resources to help employees understand how to support diversity and inclusion, and address anti-Black, anti-Indigenous and other forms of racism as they grow their careers with the City.
The City’s latest Employee Diversity and Inclusion Plan is an important tool we’re using to make Guelph an inclusive, connected, prosperous city where we look after each other and our environment—the vision of City’s Strategic Plan: Guelph. Future ready.
It also reflects the values expressed in Guelph’s Community Plan.
A diverse and inclusive workplace engages employees, strengthens teams, and improves organizational performance— that means better service to our community.
City employees feel welcome, valued, and engaged in their service to our teams and our community. Our commitment to diversity and inclusion helps us become a municipal leader.
The Employee Diversity and Inclusion Plan helps us build a more inclusive and engaged workplace. Our employees will seek and value diversity as a strength for their work and commit to working well together to achieve our corporate Strategic Plan goals.
Questions or comments?
We’re listening and learning as we continue this journey. Get in touch at [email protected].
The City of Guelph is an employee partner with the Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion.