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Human Resources Professionals in Tech

We are a group of professionals working in tech companies. We produce the leading BC Tech Salary Survey and provide thought leadership, news and benchmark data to keep our members up to date on local best practices.

We work with over 175 tech companies, from mid to large size in all sectors: ICT, Film/VFX, Digital Media, Clean Tech & Life Sciences.

Beyond COVID-19: Vaccines and the Workplace Integrating COVID-19 Vaccines into Corporate Wellness Strategy . Read HUB International's white paper here.

"HR Tech Group well-positioned to drive further inclusion, equity and diversity within British Columbia’s tech sector."  Read the press release.

Everyone belongs in Tech: Katherine is on the autism spectrum & thriving as a Software QA

Watch Katherine's story here

Want to be a part of it?

We believe that communities sharing applied knowledge can add tremendous value, and that’s what we do!

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Tech Salary Survey

This Survey has been setting a new standard for more than 20 years; it is the definitive resource for the High Tech sector in BC. Know 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.

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What Drives Us?

Our drive is to enable tech industry growth by collaborating, championing the needs of our industry and delivering key data & HR thought leadership.

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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

HR Tech Group was founded on land that is the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of the Musqueam, Tsleil-Watuth and Squamish Nations.  They were the first innovators on this land.

As a remote team, we encourage our team members, association members and the tech community to reflect on colonialism's legacy and engage meaningfully in reconciliation. We invite everyone to further their learning with the resources available on our Diversity, Equity &Inclusion Resource HUB here.

Our diversity, equity 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.