Canadian HR Reporter

February 2020 CAN

Canadian HR Reporter is the national journal of human resource management. It features the latest workplace news, HR best practices, employment law commentary and tools and tips for employers to get the most out of their workforce.

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28 F E A T U R E S F E A T U R E S P E C I A L R E P O R T A LITTLE HELP FROM SOME FRIENDS Canadian HR Reporter is proud to introduce the members of its new editorial advisory board, made up of well-respected, well-known HR, legal and academic professionals from across Canada. They will be providing much-needed perspectives on the world of human resources, and we look forward to improved content and insights thanks to their involvement. "I believe participating on this board reflects a collaborative approach to ensuring our HR profession benefits from the collective, national wisdom of so many HR leaders and I am very honoured to be able to participate." BIO: Tony Ariganello was president and CEO of CGA (Certified General Accountants) Canada and a key leader in the merger of the three accounting bodies into CPA (Certified Professional Accountants). Prior to CGA Canada, he was president of Avon Canada, the world's largest direct seller. Holding the ICD director designation, Tony serves as chair of the Audit Council for Local Government supporting the Auditor General for Local Government for British Columbia. He also serves as the chair of the board of Re:Sound, a Canadian music licensing company, and is board director of Spinal Cord Injury B.C. Tony also sits on the World Federation of People Management Associations as a board director. Tony is a graduate of McGill University in Montreal and holds the following designations: fellow CPA (Canada), fellow CGA, fellow CCA (UK), CPA (Delaware), CGMA (U.S.), CPHR and ICD.D. ANTHONY ARIGANELLO President and CEO Chartered Professionals of Human Resources (CPHR) BC and the Yukon, and CPHR Canada in Vancouver

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