HR Coach

HR help is only a phone call away!

As a senior nonprofit leader you have a lot on your plate and you can’t be expected to know it
all. Sometimes it would be great to be able to pick up the phone and talk to an HR professional about your human resource concerns such as:

  • Performance management
  • Hiring
  • Employee discipline
  • Absenteeism
  • Termination
  • HR Policies
  • Employee relations and staff dynamics

At PLC you can!!

PLC is pleased to offer Executive Directors and Senior Managers in Peel Region a unique opportunity to contact our volunteer HR Coach to help answer your HR related questions and talk through HR strategies. This is a free service for non profit leaders only.

Meet our HR Coach

Jill Martin, CHRM, is a collaborative Human Resource Professional with eJill Martinxpertise in employee relations and leadership development who initiates creative HR solutions to meet organizational and employee objectives. Jill worked for over 20 years as an HR Generalist with a variety of large corporations including Canadian Tire and Air Products Canada Inc. (a subsidiary of a US based company). Now retired, Jill continues to provide HR advice as needed to small business entrepreneurs. She loves giving back to the Peel nonprofit community through this innovative initiative.

Contact Jill with your HR Related questions/concerns:

By phone: 416-451-3708

By email: Email us at info@peelleadershipcentre.org and we will e- introduce you to Jill!

Your information will be kept confidential. PLC will track HR issues raised in order to monitor trends in aggregate to inform future supports/training which we might be able to provide.

*Please Note: The information provided through the Peel Leadership Centre and its services is not a substitute for legal and other professional advice where the facts and circumstances warrant. If any organization or user requires legal advice or other professional assistance, each such user should always consult their own legal or other professional advisors and discuss the facts and circumstances that apply to them.

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