HR Resources Newsletter Archives

HR Resources Newsletter Archives November 2008

| Vol.1 No.10, November 20 2008 |

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CURRENT CAREER POSTINGS

Today's Jobs are sent to +40,000 people, including Canada's student nurses, each week.

Director of Business Intelligence - Cancer Care Ontario, Toronto, ON
Advanced Practice Nurse - Bridgepoint Health, Toronto, ON
CEO - North Simcoe Muskoka LHIN
CEO - South West LHIN
President and CEO - Hôtel-Dieu Grace Hospital (HDGH), Windsor, ON
Project Manager, Clinical Neurosciences, University Hospital, London Health Sciences, London, ON
Coordinator, Clinical Neurosciences, University Hospital, London Health Sciences, London, ON
Director, Public Health Protection & Prevention Programs - MOHLTC, Toronto, ON
Director, Research & Evaluation Unit - Winnipeg Regional Health Authority, Winnipeg, MB
Senior Physician Executive - Alberta Health Services. Edmonton. AB
Director, Privacy - Cancer Care Ontario
Senior Health Professions Executive - Alberta Health Services. Edmonton. AB
President and CEO - CNIB, Toronto, ON
Assistant Professor, Tenure Track - CHSPR at UBC, Vancouver, BC
Manager, Health Services, General Medicine - Surrey Memorial Hospital, Surrey, BC
Director, Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing - Ryerson University, Toronto, ON


RECRUITMENT PORTALS

For more than 60 participating healthcare recruitment centres, click here.

Featured Portal
Executive Career Opportunities at EMA Partners


FEATURED ARTICLES

Canadian vacation, maternity benefits fall short globally
Sheryl Smolkin
Because Canadian vacations and maternity benefits tend to exceed those in the U.S., the conventional wisdom is that employees north of the border get a pretty good deal. However, new research reveals how in some areas employees in this country really lag behind workers in other parts of the world.

Check out this blog: Compensation Force
Recent posts include:
Making Performance Management Work ... Better
Should Variable Pay be Cut in Times of Variable Performance?


TRANSITIONS | last two weeks

November 18, 2008
Barbara Drew to acting chief executive office, Canadian Medical Association
Rheney Castillo to Senior Director for Women and Infants Health and Nursing, Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto ON
Dr. Jack Kitts (President & CEO, The Ottawa Hospital), to Chair, ACAHO Board of Directors
Ida Goodreau(President & CEO, Vancouver Coastal Health Authority), to Member, ACAHO Board of Directors
Dr. Arthur Porter (Executive Director & CEO, McGill University Health Centre) to Member, ACAHO Board of Directors
Christine Power (President & CEO, Capital District Health Authority) to member, ACAHO Board of Directors
Theresa Fillatre to Director of the Canadian College of Health Service Executives for the Province of Nova Scotia
Brock Hovey to Co-Director of the Canadian College of Health Service for the Province of Ontario
Colin Houghton to EDS as Practice Leader for Health Care in Ontario

November 11, 2008
Feria Bacchus to Vice President, Business Development & Marketing, Healthcare Division, Sodexo Canada
Dr. Malcolm King
to Scientific Director of CIHR's Institute of Aboriginal Peoples' Health
Dr. Philip M. Sherman
to Scientific Director of CIHR's Institute of Nutrition, Metabolism and Diabetes
William Tholl
resigned as Secretary General and Chief Executive Officer, The Canadian Medical Association.
Robert Zed to Chair Compass Group Healthcare

For a three-year searchable history of leadership transitions and appointments across the country, organized by date, click here. Or visit Longwoods Transitions in Healthcare Blog for recent healthcare transitions.

Send your promotions, appointments, retirements and other transitions to publisher@longwoods.com.

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