Humanely managing resources
In the last financial year, the Fonds de solidarité FTQ focused on major issues related to work organization. With more and more people retiring, it is imperative to ensure knowledge transfer within the organization. As such, when employees announce their plans to retire, we must reflect on the needs that must be met to ensure optimal work organization.
As a complement, training to prepare for retirement is provided to eligible employees. The objective of this training is to facilitate the employees’ and the organization’s transition to this very important stage of life. The success of this activity to date validates the importance of continuing to provide such coaching to ensure that transitions are completed humanely.
Building the future
With the large number of employees who will be retiring in the coming years, the face of the Fonds will change. Efforts will need to be made to welcome and integrate a new generation of workers. It is crucial for the Fonds to continue having its employees feel like they belong to the organization and share its vision and values. Through our partnership with the employees’ union, we can take on these major challenges, as we have taken them on in the past.
With average seniority of 13 years, our employees truly understand and take pride in the Fonds de solidarité FTQ’s mission. We therefore want to ensure that this pride and sense of belonging continue for the years and generations to come, as our employees are our best partners and ambassadors!