Registration Open for 2022 Women with Drive Leadership Summit 

Registration for Trucking HR Canada’s 2022 Women with Drive Leadership Summit has officially opened, promising new insights into strategies that can help attract, recruit, and retain a diverse and inclusive workforce across the trucking industry. The eighth annual event will be held June 2, 2022, hosted at the Delta Hotels by Marriott Toronto Airport & Conference Centre.

This year’s theme, “Driving Diversity”, will look at emerging trends in the industry and provide practical insights and best practices to support industry efforts for growing and supporting a diverse and inclusive workforce.

The morning’s Driving Diversity Panel will bring together industry leaders, academics, and policymakers whose contributions are significantly altering the way that the industry understands diversity and inclusion in the workplace. These leaders will provide insight, ideas, and practical actions that delegates can bring back to their workplaces and teams for implementation.

Back by popular demand, this year is the Learning Highway, where attendees will be able to choose from a variety of mini breakout sessions that will facilitate knowledge transfers about different initiatives, best practices, approaches, and various helpful resources.

“The representation of women in the trucking and logistics industry remains well below their representation in Canada’s workforce as a whole.” says Angela Splinter, CEO of Trucking HR Canada. “The Women with Drive Leadership Summit puts the issue front and center; promotes the sharing of ideas, experiences, and leadership practices while providing richer perspectives on the issue.”

The annual Women with Drive Leadership Summit has become the industry’s go-to event for leaders across the sector working to support and strengthen their workforce through strong diversity and inclusion initiatives backed with action and understanding. Delegates leave this event with new connections, ideas, and best practices in recruitment and retention that foster inclusive workplaces.

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