Human Resources Data—Office of the Auditor General of Canada as of 31 March 2020*

Goal: Demographics as of 31 March 2021**

Hiring to achieve required resource level for 31 March 2021 (between 31 July 2020 and 31 March 2021) **

657 employees (567 full-time equivalents utilized)

·         37% attest practice (242 employees)

·         21% performance practice (136 employees)

·         24% corporate services (162 employees)

·         18% audit services (117 employees)

 

776 employees (641 full-time equivalents)

·         34% attest practice (264 employees)

·         22% performance practice (174 employees)

·         25% corporate services (195 employees)

·         18% audit services (143 employees)

 

179 external hires planned: result to date, based on 30 September 2020 forecast update, is an estimated 64 external hires; balance of 115 external hires, between mid‑October and 31 March 2021

Hiring distribution by group

·         21% attest practice (38 hires)

·         35% performance practice (62 hires)

·         28% corporate services (50 hires)

·         16% audit services (29 hires)

 

Distribution by job category

·         45% audit professionals (297 employees)

·         26% services (169 employees)

·         23% management (148 employees)

·         5% information technology (33 employees)

·         2% law practitioners (10 employees)

 

Distribution by job category

·         48% audit professionals (373 employees)

·         23% services (184 employees)

·         20% management (153 employees)

·         7% information technology (56 employees)

·         2% law practitioners (10 employees)

 

Hiring by job category

·         63% audit professionals (113 hires)

·         18% services (33 hires)

·         5% management (8 hires)

·         13% information technology (22 hires)

·         1% law practitioners (3 hires)

 

Workforce representation

·         63% women, 37% men

·         22% visible minority, 15% people with disabilities, 2% Indigenous people

·         48% of the workforce have fewer than 5 years of service at the OAG

·         87% are from generations Y and X (26 to 55 years of age)

·         124 student work terms

Workforce representation—anticipated results (diversity and inclusion priorities)

·         Similar gender distribution

·         Increase in Indigenous people

·         Increase in number of employees with fewer than 5 years of service

·         Similar generation distribution

·         Maintain 124 student work terms

 

 

Sources: *AG Binder and the Funding Request of July 2020 for the percentage splits; ** 30 September 2020 Forecast Update (to be presented to Executive Committee on 4 November 2020)