Randi Chapnik Myers is co-founder
of Workright Investigations Ltd. A
former lawyer with a Master’s degree
in alternative dispute resolution and
a certificate in family mediation,
Chapnik Myers is a professional
journalist adept at interviewing
sources. She brings both legal acu-men
and expert research/writing skills to the Workright team.
Read the article she co-authored that outlines nine things HR
professionals should know about harassment investigations, start-ing
on page 15.
DR. STEPHANIE BOT,
Dr. Stephanie Bot is chief psychol-ogist
at Dr. Bot and Associates
and co-founder of Workright
Investigations Ltd. Bot has used
her 20 years of experience address-ing
harassment in the workplace in
clinical and corporate settings to
develop the Workright approach
to psycho-legal workplace investigations. Read the article she co-authored
that outlines nine things HR professionals should know
about harassment investigations, starting on page 15.
DONNA MARSHALL, M.A.
As co-founder of at Workright
Investigations Ltd., Donna Marshall
lectures, writes, consults and advises
organizations on how to prevent,
manage and respond to harassment
in the workplace as well as how to
create an inspiring and respect-ful
work culture. Read the article
she co-authored that outlines nine
things HR professionals should know about harassment investi-gations,
starting on page 15.
Jamie Hoobanoff is founder and
CEO of The Leadership Agency,
specialists in leadership recruit-ment.
As a professional recruiter
with more than a decade of expe-rience
sourcing talent and hiring
leaders for some of the country's
biggest companies, Hoobanoff has
interviewed more than 10,000 peo-ple
and placed over 3,000 people in the Canadian workforce. Read
the article she wrote about what key words to use to attract lead-ers
to your organization, starting on page 27.
With experience in several indus-tries
and more than 25 years in
financial services, Marni Johnson
provides overall leadership and stra-tegic
direction in the areas of human
resources and corporate and internal
communications. She is responsible
for ensuring a highly competent,
engaged and productive workforce,
and for creating communication strategies to maximize employee
commitment and achieve corporate goals. Johnson holds an MBA
from the Schulich School of Business (York University), a Bachelor
of Science (mathematics and economics) from the University of
Toronto and the designation of Chartered Professional in Human
Resources. Read the article she wrote about how women can prog-ress
their careers, starting on page 29.
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