Arguments Against HRSDC

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Argument against HRSDC Arguments against HRSDC In the year 2003, the government of Canada announced the creation of two new departments by splitting the actual department of Human Resources Development Canada into Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC) and Social Development Canada (SDC). The two departments were assigned peculiar tasks so as to carry out these in more appropriate and effective ways. HRSDC was assigned the labor and workforce related programs which can assist the natives in choosing careers and employment according to the particular credentials so that the quality of life can be improved and a stronger and competitive nation can be built. The department of social development Canada SDC was assigned the task of social development services and programs for every citizen that belongs to every age group. Legally, an act was passed on July 2005 to formally regard the split and the formation of above mentioned two departments. But again in February 2006, the government of Conservative Party announced the merging of SDC into HRSDC and the minister of the department is titled as "Minister of Human Resources and Skills Development" (Department of Justice 2012). As mentioned on the HRSDC's official website, its intentions are to develop such policies by which the Canadians are provided those opportunities that can polish their skills and talents so that they can live productive and quality lives. HRSDC offers a healthy work environment in which the

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