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Learning & Growth
For SIGA and our strategic plan to be successful we must invest in our most important resource – our people.
Strategic Objectives
Performance Indicators
Talented workforce
Attract, retain, develop and reward talented
individuals that can become integrated into
high performance teams.
Increased employee awareness
of Career Counsellor and Personal
Development Planning.
Focus on delivering core training
to employees.
Inspirational Leadership
Support and mentor employees within SIGA to
develop the leadership competencies required
by the organization to motivate and inspire
teams to accomplish SIGA’s vision. Create an
alignment in SIGA’s educational, experiential
and compensation programs to recognize and
reward individual skills and performance.
Over 5000 learning and
development events.
Exceeded targets in employee
satisfaction surveys, indicating a
high percentage of employees who
trust their manager, and feels that
their manager encourages initiative
and new ideas.
Live SIGA’s culture
Support a culture that celebrates our First
Nations values/traditions and engages employees
to contribute to the goals and objectives of a
leading First Nations organization.
Employer Supported Volunteer
Pilot Program launched at NLC and
LSC. Employee participation targets
achieved. In process of rolling out to
other sites.
Modern technological infrastructure Maintaining a modern technical infrastructure
will ensure that SIGA maintains a competitive
advantage through new product introductions,
efficient operations, access to actionable
information and risk mitigation.
Significant percentage of employees
agree that SIGA provides the
technology that allows them
to do their job.