BC Tourism HR Strategy (2019)

The BC Tourism Human Resources Strategy (THRS) identifies the labour supply and demand projections for BC’s tourism industry, as well as the challenges facing the industry in addressing labour shortages.

BC Cook Labour Market Analysis (2016)

From November 2015 to May 2016, go2HR conducted a robust labour market study of the landscape of cooking occupations in British Columbia across all sectors that employ Cooks and Chefs.

Regional Labour Market Studies (2018)

All signs point to the fact that labour shortages are here in many parts of BC. Using information from WorkBC’s Labour Market Outlook, go2HR offers an in-depth look at the labour demand, supply and shortages in the seven economic regions in BC, with information at an occupation and sector level.

BC Resort Community Labour Market Strategic Analysis (2013)

This report is a first-ever strategic analysis of the seasonal labour markets in BC’s resort communities, identifying resort community workforce patterns, issues, and strategic opportunities related to the recruitment, retention and training of workers.

BC Tourism Labour Market Investigation Strategy (2012)

In 2011, go2HR began the process of updating and refreshing the BC Tourism Human Resource Development Task Force Action Plan After 12 months of consultation with about 1,000 industry representatives and stakeholders, background research, a thorough analysis of trends and best practices, as well as an assessment of progress to-date on the HR Action Plan, go2HR is pleased to present the 2012 Tourism Labour Market Strategy.

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