STOUFFVILLE, Ontario--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The K-Line Group is the first high voltage electrical contracting firm in Canada to sign the Leadership Accord on Gender Diversity for the Electricity Industry initiated by Electricity Human Resources Canada (EHRC).
As one of the premier Canadian electrical contracting firms, The K-Line Group is quickly establishing itself as an industry leader to promote an inclusive and diverse workforce. The K-Line Group is already proving its commitment to creating a gender inclusive workplace, and has seen an increase in the number of women taking on leadership roles across the organization.
The K-Line Group of Companies has a long-standing history of excellence dating back to 1967, when public utilities first began to see the cost and time benefits associated with outsourcing high voltage projects. A preferred partner then because of its superior work and established safety record, The K-Line Group continues to be an integral partner/service-provider offering clients a complete range of high voltage expertise. Today, as the power industry continues to reinvent itself, The K-Line Group has become increasingly invaluable as a dependable, expert resource for on-time, on-budget, safety –driven power projects.
“Our focus on establishing The K-Line Group as an industry leader with exceptional customer service, and a safety record second to none, is made possible by hiring the very best employees,” said K-Line Group President Allan Kellett. “Today we affirmed our commitment to gender diversity by signing this accord and ensuring we deliver our very best results for customers.”
About K-Line Group of Companies
The K-Line Group of Companies is comprised of four companies: K-Line Maintenance & Construction Limited, K-Tek Electro-Services Limited, K-Line Insulators Limited, and K-Line International Limited. Within these four organizations are industry-specific divisions that address the engineering, design, procurement, construction, commissioning and maintenance of high voltage power delivery systems as well as providing temporary power services for large-scale construction sites. Independent laboratory testing and complete fleet repair and refurbishing services are also available.
About the Leadership Accord on Gender Diversity
This Accord was developed by EHRC and its Connected Women steering committee, comprised of industry stakeholders from across Canada who collaboratively developed both the Accord and a national mentorship program for women in the sector. The Accord is a public commitment by employers, educators, unions and governments to promote the values of diversity and inclusion within their organizations.
About Electricity Human Resources Canada
Electricity Human Resources Canada (EHRC) is Canada’s most trusted source of objective human resources information and tools to help the Canadian electricity industry match workforce supply and demand. EHRC helps to build a better workforce by strengthening the ability of the Canadian electricity industry to meet current and future needs for a highly skilled, safety-focused, diverse and productive workforce. For more information, visit http://www.ElectricityHR.ca.