The Ranch Ehrlo Society is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and as such will not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, religion, colour, sex, marital status, disability, age, nationality, ancestry, place of origin, sexual orientation, family status, or receipt of public assistance.
The Ranch Ehrlo Society believes that everyone should have an equal opportunity in employment, and that all groups within society should have an equal representation within the workforce.
The Ranch Ehrlo Society recognizes that the agency does not have equal representation of First Nations people, and so strongly encourages First Nations people to apply for positions that arise within the agency. Ranch Ehrlo is exempt from sections 16 (employment) and 19 (advertisement) of The Saskatchewan Human Rights Code (exemption number E-9440), to the extent that preference can be given to candidates of Aboriginal ancestry when filling job vacancies.
The principle of equality applies to processes of recruitment, hiring, training, promotion, salary and benefits, transfers, lay-offs and terminations for all positions within the agency. The basis for the above processes rests on employment of quality staff that possesses reasonable occupational qualifications, which is a prerequisite for all employees including those covered by the Human Rights Exemption.