|Women||Aboriginal People||Persons with a Disability||Visible Minorities|
|2011 Saskatoon Population Aged 15-74 (%)||50.9||8.8||7.6||12.3|
|2015 SHRC Goals (%)||46.0||14.0||12.4||11.0|
|2017 City Employees (%)||37.5||8.4||3.7||10.5|
|2018 City Employees (%)||37.3||9.0||3.7||10.8|
The workforce diversity target measures the percentage of City of Saskatoon employees in four equity groups: Women, Aboriginal People, Persons with a Disability, and Visible Minorities. The City’s numbers do not include fire, police association, library, or exempt staff from boards.
The City of Saskatoon is a partner with the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission (SHRC) which updated their employment equity group goals in December 2014. The workforce diversity target measures our success in our long term strategy “to offer an inclusive workplace that embraces diverse backgrounds” under our Strategic Goal: A Culture of Continuous Improvement. The diversity of the workforce is measured annually at the peak employment season (July 31) through a voluntary self-declaration form completed by employees at the beginning of their employment.