SaskEnergy 2022-23 Sustainability Report

Our sustainability path

Measures and standards: key indicators

2022-23 highlights

Looking ahead

President’s message

About SaskEnergy

Our sustainability framework

Pillar one: Environment

Pillar two: Prosperity

Pillar three: People

Diversity and inclusion SaskEnergy takes pride in our people and we promote and encourage a culture of diversity, equity and inclusion. We value individual differences, unique perspectives and backgrounds, and the variety of contributions each of our employees brings to work. In alignment with our corporate values, we foster constructive relationships and focus on providing a positive and professional work environment that is inclusive and respectful. Through the attraction, retention and development of skilled employees, we strive to have a workforce that reflects the changing demographics of the province. In 2022-23, recruitment was a focus area for our diversity and inclusion strategy. Our success is built on hiring employees who enhance our work environment and uphold company values, which includes qualified people whose skills and abilities contribute to our business goals and reflect the communities in which we live and work. During the year, we attended various events to support diversity hiring, including career fairs at the University of Regina, First Nations University of Canada, and the University of Saskatchewan, as well as the Tokata career fair, the Pasqua First Nation career fair and the Regina Open Door Society career fair. We also have established partnerships with SIIT, the Gabriel Dumont Institute, Prince Albert Grand Council, Saskatoon Tribal Council and File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council to identify opportunities for work placement or sourcing candidates for positions in our company.

Providing networking opportunities for employees to come together and collaborate is another way in which we promote an inclusive work environment, and is reflected in — and demonstrated by — our employee-led committees:

SaskEnergy’s youth network, Generation Energy (Gen-E), is led by employees aged 35 and younger. Gen-E provides leadership and involvement opportunities to younger employees while strengthening our culture through engaging and connecting employees across the company.

Our SAGE committee provides leadership in promoting the success and well-being of our Indigenous employees, and in sharing and celebrating Indigenous culture with staff throughout the province.

The Joint Diversity Committee recognizes and celebrates the diversity of our workforce through sharing information and hosting activities for employees, as well as assisting in corporate recognition of various days of significance.

2022-23 Sustainability Report


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