Teal & Co. wins at this year's Readers' Choice Awards
By: Canadian HR Reporter
"In our 6th annual competition, 30,000 votes were cast for an impressive list of vendors, consultants, providers and legal experts in the HR space, in 48 categories,"
Readers were invited to cast their ballots in a confidential online survey between March 8 and April 3, 2021, and nominees were also encouraged to send the survey to their customers.
Teal & Co. has been awarded in the Leadership Development & Talent Strategy category.
Teal & Co.'s work in organizational consulting is focused on strategic alignment — offering services and programs that have a strong focus on enhancing employee contribution, engagement and retention. Working with innovative tools, technology and resources, Teal delivers customized solutions that contribute in a meaningful way toward an optimal organizational culture and achieve effective and tangible results. People matter at Teal & Co., and this is at the core of everything they do. With a team of highly experienced professional HR consultants and coaches, Teal works with clients to synchronize their talent strategy and human resources practices to their organizational purpose.
"Our work at Teal & Co. is fuelled by the knowledge and understanding that the success of an organization means taking a strategic approach to employee growth and development — this is how organizations thrive," shares Val Cambre, principal and CEO of Teal & Co. "Leadership and team development is at the centre of the work we do and core to our purpose, so being recognized with the prestigious Canadian HR Reporter Readers' Choice Award in this category is very significant to our team," says Cambre.
For the full report see issue 34.06 of Canadian HR Reporter magazine out now. To view the list and to find out more about Teal & Co. click HERE (https://www.hrreporter.com/
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