In recognition of International Women's Day, Hatch has compiled this special edition newsletter to highlight the work of our female engineers.
In recognition of International Women's Day, Hatch has compiled this special edition newsletter to highlight the work of our female engineers. As an engineering, project management, and professional services firm, we encourage increased diversity in engineering and other STEM professions not only because it’s the right thing to do, but because we believe that a diverse and fully inclusive work environment is the best way forward in creating positive change.
Celebrating our successes on International Women’s Day
International Women's Day is a day to celebrate women’s achievements, raise awareness, and drive action to create a gender equal world. At Hatch, we recognize that there is much work to be done to encourage more women into the engineering and STEM professions. We are proud to announce that over the last 12 months, we have seen the largest single-year increase in the number of women at Hatch.
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Diversity and Inclusion
We're proud that our organization is home to 10,000 employees who—regardless of gender, ethnicity, race, sexual orientation, disability, and way of thinking—are celebrated and their unique strengths harnessed to create outcomes that leave a positive legacy in the communities we serve and call home. A diverse workforce allows us to unlock the complete potential of our team who will improve our clients’ businesses, thereby shaping the future of the world we live in, contributing in a meaningful way to society’s advancement, and creating positive change.
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Managing supply change in the face of climate risk: part 1
Climate change risk arises from the effects of climate change that adversely impact livelihoods, organizations, social and cultural assets, infrastructure, services, and ecosystems. With this in mind, effective supply chain management needs to be at the forefront of organizational operations and must be rooted in a resilient strategy that reduces the threat of climate change and successfully measures its effects.
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Managing supply change in the face of climate risk: part 2
As global climate action progresses, it will become critical to also examine how collaborating across the supply chain can help drive decarbonization. While several regions consider carbon border taxes and adjustments, organizations must mitigate the cost and the impact of imports from carbon intensive production countries.
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Our People: Caitlin Roos
Caitlin has been awarded the AFT Platinum Pipe Award for Operational Benefits and Sustainability and placed first at the Canadian Engineering Competition for design and build. As part of the Project Delivery Group in Piping Engineering, Caitlin's career with Hatch exemplifies our workplace culture and highlights the ways that female engineers can thrive.
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Hatch is a leading D&I employer
Hatch has been named one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers for the third consecutive year by Mediacorp Canada Inc. The accolade, which is granted to companies who participate in the annual Canada's Top 100 Employers competition, showcases private and public organizations that have exceptional diversity and inclusion programs.
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Hatch honors International Day of Women and Girls in Science
In February, we marked the International Day of Women and Girls in Science (IDWGIS), an annual observance adopted by the United Nations General Assembly. Within Hatch, we’ve been on our own journey toward bringing gender equity to our professions.
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🎧 Have a listen...
Social impacts of extractive projects
Industry leaders have long been familiar in theory with environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors and the role they have in implementing green and sustainable projects. Hatch's Dr. Fiona Martin, who has more than 20 years of social performance and engagement leadership experience in the mining and metals and infrastructure sectors, says it’s time to place more strategic and practical emphasis on the “S” in “ESG.”
Diverse and inclusive design in project delivery
Hatch expert Beth Buckmaster explores what diverse and inclusive design is and the benefits of considering it during the project delivery phase. This enriching presentation shares how Hatch is currently implementing diverse and inclusive designs for their clients.
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