FortisAlberta is committed to cultivating an inclusive workplace where everyone feels respected and empowered to bring their authentic selves to work. Respect has been a cornerstone value for FortisAlberta for many years and we are committed to embracing the diverse perspectives, ideas, and identities of our employees, customers, and communities.
FortisAlberta's core values are a representation of who we are and what we stand for; it’s a shared belief system, shared between our company, our customers and the communities we serve. The following five values work collaboratively together to uphold our strong reputation:
At FortisAlberta, everyone has a story. We are all a product of our unique experiences – each with our own ideas and perspectives but connected by what we share. This diversity and connection are what makes us strong. FortisAlberta is committed to growing, innovating, and leading through our people and communities and have declared the following objectives in order to continue advancing our commitment to Inclusion:
Culture: We embrace an inclusive culture where everyone feels respected, safe, and welcome to bring their authentic selves to work.
Talent: We are committed to attracting diverse perspectives and creating an inclusive workplace where everyone can thrive.
Community: As leaders in our communities, we can champion progress toward inclusion and diversity for all. We will lead by example and create meaningful connections that drive learning and growth.
Here are some examples of how we embody a sense of belonging at FortisAlberta:
Employee led I&D Committee that influences and drives positive visibility into different diversity topics.
Organizational commitment to advancing the conversation on supporting mental health, through providing The Working Mind training.
Monitoring our recruitment practices, where employing a workforce that is broadly reflective of the diverse communities we serve is important to us.
At FortisAlberta, we build relationships in the communities where we work, including 20 individual First Nations and two Métis Settlements. When we work on Indigenous lands and in traditional territories, we involve community members in our process.Learn more