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Why your company should ensure an HR leader or senior executive attends this The Career Foundation breakfast:
2. Understand the implications of Bill 132.
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With over 10 years of experience in employment sector specializing in youth, Whitney Pyper leads a committed team of career professionals as Project Coordinator for The Career Foundation’s Completing the Circle program in Mississauga.
As a member of the Mississauga Board of Trade, The Career Foundation’s Completing the Circle contributes its knowledge and resources to support a vibrant and flourishing business community in Peel region. In fact, since 2010, Completing the Circle - Mississauga, has offered recruitment and placement support to small- to medium- sized businesses at no-charge.
Whitney actively participates on The Career Foundation’s Apprenticeship Trades and Customer Service committees and is trained by OTEC to deliver Customer Service Excellence to new staff.
Previously, Whitney worked as a Career Counsellor, Marketing & Outreach Coordinator, and Project Coordinator at Youth Employment Services YES. She has also held positions at Canadian Standards Association, Nipissing University’s Office of University Advancement, Sunnybrook Hospital, and Young People’s Press.
Whitney is committed to supporting the development of youth leaders equipped with an ability to establish and maintain solid employment foundations and rewarding careers. Whitney holds a Specialized Honours Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from York University.
Maricar Traballo-Conte currently works as an Employer Services Consultant at The Career Foundation, Etobicoke Office under the Employment Ontario division where she assists employers with their hiring needs along with helping job seekers find meaningful work and training opportunities.
Her professional background includes over 5 years of combined community and work experience in Human Resources and Social Services in the areas of recruitment, training & development and employment counselling working for some of the top Fortune 500 Best Companies including Deloitte and Touche and Sun Microsystems (now known as Oracle). She is also passionate about helping the community and was a former Board of Director for a nonprofit organization assisting youth.
Maricar holds a Bachelor of Commerce Degree, Human Resources Certificate and Accelerated Social Services Worker Diploma.
Pamela Chan Ebejer is a lawyer with Williams HR Law, where she practices in all areas of human rights, labour, and employment law. Prior to joining WHRL, Pam practiced as in-house counsel with a multinational manufacturing corporation. In this role, she provided management with practical solutions designed to solve both their legal and business needs. P am r egularly p rovides a dvice a nd representation to employers and management on a broad range of issues, including: employment contracts, employment standards, wrongful dismissal litigation, discipline and termination, human rights and accommodation, disability management, grievance arbitration, labour board proceedings, privacy, and workplace safety and insurance.
Pam is a graduate of the University of Ottawa Common Law program, prior to which she obtained an Honours Bachelor of Arts in history and a Master of Arts in Russian history and political science, both from the University of Toronto. While at law school, Pam was a senior editor of the Ottawa Law Review and recipient of the Raven, Cameron, Ballantyne & Yazbeck LLP Prize for the highest standing in a course on human rights law. Pam summered and articled with a national full service law fi rm, during which she completed a secondment with the Ontario Labour Relations Board.
Pam has written on a wide variety of topics in HR law including employment standards, human rights accommodation, restrictive covenants and major legislative changes to Ontario’s labour and employment law landscape. Pam’s articles have appeared in various human resources and HR law publications including Canadian Employment Law Today. Pam is also a co-instructor for the Industrial and Labour Relations course at the University of Toronto.
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