As a national, non-profit organization, Trucking HR Canada advances modern HR solutions for the trucking and logistics workforce.
We collaborate, partner, and work with a dynamic network including industry associations, government departments and industry professionals to ensure Canada’s freight transportation network has the skilled workforce needed for today and into the future.
We deliver evidence-based HR solutions that:
Define occupations and skills requirements for modern trucking and logistics operations
Provide accurate, timely, and relevant labour market information that supports employers; educates the general public; and, informs government on industry needs
Explore and share industry specific best practices on HR and training
Provide forums for gathering and exchanging knowledge on emerging HR issues
Inform practical and innovative HR tools and supports for employers
Promote the trucking and logistics industry as a great place to work
Angela Splinter, Chief Executive Officer
As CEO of Trucking HR Canada, Angela Splinter is the steward of talent management best practices for the trucking and logistics sector. Under Angela’s leadership, Trucking HR Canada has become a national centre of excellence where stakeholders in commercial transportation, public policy, training and economic analysis work together to help trucking and logistics employers meet the growing demands of Canada’s freight economy. The organization has forged significant alliances and expanded its mandate to become a trusted delivery partner for federal and provincial labour related grants and contributions, as well as a source of industry workforce data and assessments through its Labour Market Information (LMI) initiative.
Convener, collaborator, spokesperson and champion for advancing the priorities of one of the country’s largest workforces – Angela’s tenure has spearheaded the development of the distinguished Women with Drive and Top Fleet Employers programs which recognize HR leaders and transportation companies for excellence in human resources and provide models for others to follow. These and other programs promote an environment where professionals share strategies, policies and practices that drive career-of-choice recognition and the industry’s success.
Angela is regularly called upon to brief senior officials, economic think tanks and industry leaders on the in-depth research and industry insights impacting the industry’s growth and success. She also serves as a speaker and moderator at industry events in Canada and internationally, providing expertise on topics that affect supply chains across a range of industries. These subjects include:
How trucking and logistics employers are evolving to promote work-life balance; improve pay and benefits; develop new training strategies; and broaden the industry’s appeal to a younger, more diverse workforce.
How HR leaders in trucking and logistics have managed pressures brought to bear by COVID, the post-pandemic recovery and global supply chain challenges.
HR strategies for addressing mental health.
The Canada Labour Code and its unique compliance requirements in trucking and logistics.
The impact of automation on HR managers and workers in trucking and logistics.
A data-driven analysis of the trucking and logistics workforce using Trucking HR Canada’s LMI.
Prior to this role, Angela performed a series of executive functions, provided HR management consulting counsel across a wide range of industries and earned her BA, Law at Carleton University.
Meet The Team
Chief Executive Officer
Senior Manager, Administration
Manager, Marketing and Communications
Chief Program Officer
Manager, Stakeholder Relations
Coordinator, Marketing and Communications
Coordinator, Stakeholder Relations
Manager, Stakeholder Relations
Senior Coordinator, Stakeholder Relations
Director, Stakeholder Relations
Meet Our Board of Directors
David Carruth (Chair)
CEO, ONE for Freight
Oksana Exell (Vice Chair)
President & CEO, Western Transportation Advisory Council
Under the leadership of Trucking HR Canada’s Board of Directors, we have established a new advisory group of diverse, forward-thinking individuals keen to contribute new perspectives and ideas that will inform rapid systemic change within key industry action areas.
This is a cross-sectoral group of industry leaders, and key players with varying perspectives and experiences who together, through collaboration and engaged discussion will propose new approaches, opportunities and solutions for the challenges within the sector.