Toronto Community Housing Collective Agreement

Unions are informed of the new labour requirements in accordance with collective agreements. Audits of the recruitment process are completed quarterly to ensure that the requirements of recruitment policy, legislation, collective agreements, procedures and guidelines are met. Toronto Community Housing is committed to implementing accessible hiring practices in accordance with its obligations under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 and its regulations and the Toronto Community Accessibility Policy. If an employee needs accommodation during the hiring process, please contact accessibility.hr@torontohousing.ca or 416-981-4119. Collective agreements: the most recent collective agreement between Toronto Community Housing and a union (s). The selection of candidates is based on an assessment of the candidate`s ability to perform the duties and responsibilities of the position, as indicated in the corresponding job description. When determining suitability for a position, Toronto Community Housing takes into account factors such as training, experience, knowledge, skills and, where appropriate, seniority, or other relevant provisions in a collective agreement. The internal selection of candidates for executive and exempt positions also takes into account the performance of candidates at Toronto Community Housing. After the successful candidate has signed the electronic signature, all other candidates are informed that they have not been the successful candidate. Internal candidates may request feedback from the recruitment manager, staff officer or other information, as stipulated in the collective agreement.

Late requests for CVs and initiatives are not accepted. The talent acquisition team reserves the right to enter into the competition candidates identified by approved sourcing recruitment techniques (i.e. candidates found by sourcing and networking). Permanent employment: a position where employment is carried out indefinitely on the basis of the needs of the organisation. Reference checks can be carried out by the recruitment manager and/or the recruiter. In both cases, the human resources manager verifies and approves all reference reviews.