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Strategic Objectives Performance Indicators

Progress/Results/Measure

Talented Workforce

Employees who have

completed core training.

Target 80%.

Investing in our employees is a priority for SIGA. SIGA’s

Core Training program is one of the ways SIGA invests in

its employees, where all employees take required training

within their first year of employment. SIGA exceeded an

aggressive core training target achieving an 89% core

training completion rate.

Complimentary to this, employees have strongly indicated

that they receive enough training to do their job well

(4.13 out of 5) and had the opportunity for growth

(3.98 out of 5) on employee satisfaction surveys that

were done throughout year.

Leadership

Development

Developing our leaders to

motivate and inspire teams to

accomplish SIGA’s vision and

mission as an organization.

348 of SIGA’s leaders (supervisors and managers)

have participated in SIGA’s in-house built Leadership

Development Program over the fiscal year. Leaders attended

five (5) modules with a sixth module “SIGA Business

Acumen” being developed in the new fiscal year.

Throughout the year, there were over 40 permanent internal

promotions, thousands of hours of TPHD (Temporary

Performance of Higher Duties) and acting appointments

which provide employees with opportunities to grow and

develop their leadership skills.

Engaged Workforce

Employee Satisfaction and

Engagement

Growing SIGA’s reputation as an employer of first choice

and a great place to work while ensuring competitive pay,

benefits, safe workplace and rich opportunities for learning

and development are key areas of focus.

Health & Wellness programming and services continue to

promote healthy lifestyles amongst our employees and

their families.

Using the Conference Board of Canada engagement

criteria, SIGA continues to have a strong employee

engagement rating of 90%. Employees appreciate the

flexibility in maintaining work-life balance and support

SIGA’s guiding principles, leadership and fair performance

objectives.

Employee Volunteerism

– 22% of all SIGA employees

Employee volunteer participation exceeded.

Volunteer partnerships have been developed with local

charitable organizations in all communities where we

operate (at least two per community).

LEARNING & GROWTH

Our most important resource is our people

One of SIGA’s founding mandates is to grow and develop First Nations people. SIGA is committed to the career, training and

educational development of its employees and believes it is a critical factor in achieving its strategic business goals and objectives.