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Are you doing the work you love? Are your interests, skills, personality and values aligned with your work and your life? Do you long for a new career direction? Do you need different work to accommodate a medical condition or disability?
Do your people love to come to work? Does your organization have the “right” policies, procedures and processes to support the work culture you desire? Are your HR systems–for hiring, engaging, and retaining great people–meaningful and effective?
How does the written word reflect on you or your organization? Are you presenting the image you want in your online presence or in hard copy documents? Is there compelling substance in what you write? Do your writing projects achieve your intended purposes?
Established in 2011 on beautiful Vancouver Island, WorkWrite Consulting is owned and managed by Josephine McNeilly. Josephine has a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology and HR Management) and designations as a Registered Rehabilitation Professional (RRP) and Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR). She is currently undertaking a Master of Rehabilitation Counselling program through the University of Sydney, Australia.
With a background in government consulting, non-profits, and the business world, Josephine has almost two decades of experience in human resources, career transitions, return-to-work processes, and workplace leadership. She also has two decades of experience in writing and editing documents including funder reports, resources for the non-profit sector, career transition and organizational development materials, onsite and web-based interactive workshop modules, HR documentation, and proposals.
Josephine enjoys facilitating meaningful connections between people and the work for which they were made.
Sue Hansen joined WorkWrite in 2018, and brings with her a solid background in executive-level project management, human resources, employment services, and writing/editing. She is highly skilled in executive support, coaching, and team building. Her advanced communication skills, both written and oral, are valuable assets for professional collaboration, internal and external correspondence, proposals, reports, strategic planning, negotiation, and solution-finding. Specializing in all aspects of recruiting, Sue has staffed several multi-location projects. She also has proven success with managing multiple complex and remote projects and contracts.
Sue is a Registered Rehabilitation Professional (RRP), and is certified for EQ-i 2.0 and EQ 360 emotional intelligence assessments. She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Psychology (with Distinction) from the University of Calgary. Sue is an active member of the Editors’ Association of Canada and the Vocational Rehabilitation Association of Canada, as well as a past member of CPHR BC & Yukon.
Jocelin Caldwell joined WorkWrite in 2018 and brings with her more than 12 years of experience as a human resource and program management leader, specializing in coaching, group facilitation and HR consulting. Jocelin has extensive experience in recruitment and selection, employee relations, succession planning, training and development, terminations, return to work, policy development, organizational career management, and performance management.
Jocelin has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Victoria and is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) with the International Coaching Federation. She holds two additional designations: Registered Rehabilitation Professional (RRP) and Certified Career Development Practitioner (CCDP). She currently serves on the Vancouver Island Advisory Council for the Chartered Professionals in Human Resources (CPHR-BC & Yukon) association. For Jocelin, nothing is more rewarding than connecting people to meaningful work and the workplaces they will thrive in, and supporting good workplaces as they transition into great ones.
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