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We're now the Tech and People Network!

 HR Tech Group is now Tech and People Network, or TAP Network for short. 

Our community is evolving and so are we.  Along with the majority of Canadian tech companies, we’re moving away from the term human resources (HR). Our community is becoming a national one,  and with expanding support and reach across Canada, we believe this is the right time to emerge with a new name and look that showcases this network.

We are a community of People and Culture professionals committed to driving  growth and success in Canada's tech sector. We provide our members with access to tech sector data, mentors, industry experts and an inclusive peer community to drive innovation, collaboration and results.Through our programs and events, we foster peer-to-peer connections and collaboration that enable learning and knowledge sharing.

We produce Western Canada's leading survey on tech salaries and are a proud resource of  benchmark data to keep our members up to date on local and national best practices. In 2022 we are expanding our services nationally so all of Canada's tech sector People and Culture professionals can benefit from our unique community. 

Our 700+ members lead and influence the People and Culture practices at over 225 tech companies, spanning numerous sub-sectors, including ICT, VFX and Animation, Interactive and Digital Entertainment, Clean Tech, AI, Life Sciences and more.

TAP Network's DE&I Tech Project Identifies Need to Increase Diversity, Inclusion, and Reconciliation in Canada's Tech Sector 

The Project's foundational resources are available to companies addressing representation gaps.  Read the press release here.

New Blog Post - Managing a Hybrid Workforce through Leadership

Done well, a hybrid work model can mitigate the risk of burnout. It can restore a degree of choice to employees, enable stronger interpersonal connections, and honour personal values. But just how does a leader manage a hybrid workplace? Read the blog post here.

HR Tech Group Becomes Tech and People Network 

New name announced as part of extensive rebranding. Read our press release here.

Want to be a part of it?

When we connect our diverse network of professionals, we harness the power of the collective. 

Want to hear what we're all about from our members? Check out this  video.

Want to know more about our memberships? Click here!

Tech Salary Survey

This survey has been setting the standard for tech sector salary data for more than 20 years. It is the definitive resource for the high tech sector in BC, is quickly becoming a key salary resource for Alberta's technology sector and is expanding nationally in 2022. Learn more here.

Want to see the results? Click here!

Getting the Community Together

We believe that Learning & Development is vital for innovation and growth. Visit our calendar to know more about our upcoming professional development and networking events.

Click here for more information!

What Drives Us?

Our purpose is to connect, support and champion  the needs of People and Culture professionals driving growth and success of Canada's tech sector.

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Key Member Benefits

Tech Salary Survey
Benefits Purchasing Power
Training Programs and Events
Peer to Peer Connections
Tech Industry Information Sharing
Tech Talent Conference
Diversity & Inclusion Resources

Our Commitment to Indigenous Reconciliation

The majority of the work done by our team takes place on the traditional, ancestral and unceded Coast Salish territory of the Musqueam, Tsleil-Watuth and Squamish Nations.  They were the first innovators on this land.

Our diversity and inclusion programs are working to build understanding and support economic reconciliation by sharing information, amplifying Indigenous voices, providing inclusive leadership training and encouraging technology job opportunities for Indigenous peoples across Canada.