A Human Resource Capacity Tool for First Nations


This tool was developed by the British Columbia Treaty Commission (BCTC) to assist BC First Nations who are working through the treaty process with their Human Resource (HR) planning. It responds to a growing need for a practical, efficient tool for First Nations with diverse sets of priorities, capacity levels, and traditions of governance. It is not a one-size-fits-all approach, but can be modified by First Nations to meet their unique needs and circumstances...

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British Columbia Treaty Commission. "A Human Resource Capacity Tool for First Nations." A Guide developed in partnership with the Kaska Dena Council and the British Columbia Treaty Commission. The British Columbia Treaty Commission. Canada. November 2011. Guide. (https://www.bctreaty.ca/sites/default/files/BCTC-HRToolBook_0.pdf, accessed February 23, 2023)

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