Anchored Recruiting & HR Solutions are Cape Breton-Unama’ki’s only recruiting and HR consulting firm. From recruitment to succession planning, they create customized solutions to help businesses throughout every stage of the employee lifecycle. Each of their programs are customized to your organization and your long-term goals, helping you prioritize your people. The Strait Area Chamber of Commerce and the Cape Breton Regional Chamber have asked Anchored Recruiting & HR Solutions to give a presentation to our members and future members on how to build capacity while improving organizational culture & employee performance. The topics covered in this presentation will be:
1:00pm – 2:30pm
FREE to Attend
Jillian is the Chief Operating Officer with Anchored Recruiting & HR Solutions. Jillian has worked as the Executive Director of three Nova Scotia Works Employment Resource Centres across the island. Prior to that she worked at Cabot Cape Breton as the Director of Strategy and Planning while helping lead the HR team for over three hundred employees. As the Director of Strategy and Planning she was responsible for the development and implementation of internal processes, policies, employee engagement, employee wellness, training programs as well as the annual internal audit process in an effort to improve both the employee and guest experience.
Jillian spent almost two years in the North working with Indigenous communities and organizations as an HR advisor with the Inuvialuit Regional Corporation in Inuvik, NWT. While there, she served on the Regional Training Partnership committee which had representatives from across the Beaufort Delta Region, aiming to improve training and employment prospects for their communities.
Jillian has her Bachelor of Hospitality and Tourism Management (Cape Breton University), Bachelor of Business Administration (Cape Breton University) and her Advanced diploma in Human Resources (Nova Scotia Community College) along with her CPHR designation (Chartered Professionals in Human Resources).
While being a strong community advocate Jillian is a past board member of the Cape Breton Partnership and is a current Board member of the National Advisory Committee for the Future Skills Framework Project with Tourism HR Canada.