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Post Graduate in Business Administration, Human Resources
Teena is a Certified Human Resource Professional (CHRP) with over 10 years of HR experience in Canada and India working for the General Insurance, Consumer Goods, and Not for Profit Sector. She is a well rounded HR professional and has contributed in areas of Talent Acquisition, Talent Management, Organization Development, Compensation Management and Change Management.
Teena has a Bachelors degree in Mathematics and Post Graduation in Business Administration specialising in HR. She has a keen business acumen and endeavours at achieving Business Excellence through HR Solutions.
Geetha has an extensive Human Resource background with over ten years experience in client service environments within government, public corporations and the non-for-profit sector. She is a resourceful and analytical professional currently working towards her CHRL designation. Her experience extends to recruitment, compensation, benefits, employee relations and employment legislation as well as communication; writing blogs, articles and managing websites and social media platforms.
Geetha holds a post graduate certificate in Human Resource Management from Seneca College with high honours and a Bachelor of Arts degree with honours from the University of Toronto.
Founder and President
Fellow of the Institute of Administrative Accounting (Retired)
Paul has more than 25 years of experience in international Human Resources including leading the Canadian Human Capital consulting practice for a major professional services firm. He consults on international Human Resource matters and improving the return on investment in people. He works with Boards and executive management on compensation, has implemented global reward systems and led multi-culture change initiatives, global asset management strategies for pension and savings plans, established captive insurance companies for managing employee benefits and global employment entities for effecting mobile talent programs.
Paul has worked with Japan Tobacco International (formerly RJR Nabisco) as Vice President, Human Resources, led the global reward practice at Alcan, globalizing HR practices following the merger with Pechiney and as interim HR lead at AngloGold Ashanti in South Africa. He also led the HR teams in the $8 billion acquisition of RJR International by Japan Tobacco in 55 countries and the $12m IPO of Novelis Inc., with the task of identifying $20m of savings from a global rationalization of HR activity.
He is a former member of the Conference Board of Canada’s Council of Human Resources Executives, in addition to other Human Resource advisory roles and speaks regularly at conferences in North America and Europe, his articles on human resource issues are published internationally and he was formerly editor of a major reference work on international human resources.
International Global Reward Specialist
Mark is a strategically-minded international global reward specialist with over 20 years’ major company experience in IT, Telecoms and Financial Services.
Experience and strengths are: multi-country leading edge pay systems, incentive compensation, retirement schemes and benefit planning, HRIS implementation, international mobility management (expatriates) and human resource and policy integration project management arising out of mergers, acquisitions, outsourcing, joint ventures, divestments and similar transactions. Mark is multi lingual and based in London, England.
Small Business HR Services
Aline focuses on helping small businesses with planning, evaluating and retaining their most valuable asset; their employees. She creates a disciplined approach to people management and has helped numerous business owners lower overheads with easy to implement tools that have enabled them to select the right people, slot them into the right roles at the right time, and manage them to achieve their full potential. She assists in overcoming leadership, communication and business challenges
Aline is a certified Myers-Briggs practitioner and a regular speaker and contributor to French and English publications and associations.
Aline has more than 30 years experience in Human Resources discipline and previously led the function for the Hudson’s Bay Company, Loblaw’s and Sears Canada. She is an avid blogger and authored The 10 Essential Steps to Former Executive Immigrants Getting Their Dream Job.
She is a member of the Human Resources Professional Association and received the highest recognition of achievement at Dale Carnegie. She is the founder and President of Aline Ayoub HR Consulting
Anna is a Certified Compensation Management professional (CMS) with fifteen years of international HR and compensation experience. She has a wide breadth of compensation experience having worked with a diverse group of global industry leaders in mining, manufacturing, professional services and telecommunications in Europe and Canada.
With a focus on compensation design, Anna has successfully consulted to many organizations to provide recommendations aligned with organizational HR philosophy and strategy. In working with clients, Anna arrives at workable solutions and is skilled at developing a wide range of compensation tools, including customized job evaluations models, market reference and annual merit compensation tools.
Anna is a member of World@Work and currently resides in Toronto, Ontario.