Human Resources Professionals Association
- Labour, Immigration, Training and Skills Development
150 BLOOR STREET WEST, SUITE 200
- OC 833/2014; Registered Human Resources Professionals Act, 2013, S.O. 2013, c. 6, ss. 3 (1) (opens a new window)
The objects of the Association are, (a) to promote and protect the public interest by governing and regulating the practice of members of the Association and firms in accordance with this Act and the by-laws, including establishing, maintaining, developing and enforcing standards of qualification, practice, professional ethics and conduct, knowledge and skill; (b) to promote and increase the knowledge, skill and proficiency of members of the Association, firms and students; (c) to promote and protect the welfare and interests of the Association and of the human resources profession; (d) to promote inter-professional collaboration with other professional bodies; and (e) to address any other matter that relates to the regulation of its members that the Board considers appropriate.
The Board of Directors of the Association manages and administers the Association's affairs. The Board shall be composed of, (a) no fewer than nine and no more than 15 members, as fixed by the by-laws, who are members of the Association and who are elected by members of the Association in accordance with the by-laws; (b) three members who are not members of the Association or of a self-regulating human resources body and who are appointed by the Lieutenant Governor in Council; (c) no more than five members, as fixed by the by-laws, who are not members of the Association or of a self-regulating human resources body and who are appointed by the Board; and (d) the Chief Executive Officer of the Association appointed by the Board.
Members appointed by the Lieutenant Governor in Council serve for a term specified by the Lieutenant Governor in Council, and upon expiry of that term are deemed to have been reappointed until a successor takes office.
Appointees are eligible to receive expenses.