Salopek & Associates Now Offering Human Resources Consultation For New Clients

July 03, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Toronto based business consultants Salopek & Associates Ltd. is pleased to announce that they are now accepting new clients. The company specializes in strategy, human resources, and board governance in and around Toronto as well as Canada as a whole. The company is available to help their clients attract, retain, and develop the right people and help them grow their business. They have already achieved great success in the field with other clients.

Salopek & Associates has served clients all across Canada for years and have helped many of their clients attract the right people to expand their businesses and thus grow rapidly. The company employs chartered human resources management professionals and certified human resources leaders, which gives their clients the assurance that they have both skill and knowledge on their side.

In recent years, Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area has seen significant growth for Salopek & Associates. They retain clients from a variety of different backgrounds and industries, and the company takes pride in supporting both the local corporate and non-profit sectors. They say, “Our team of consultants in Toronto come from a variety of industry sectors and support each other in their client work,” a statement that is echoed on their website. “The Client benefits from a team of experts with one major point of contact—the Senior Consultant assigned to them.”

Salopek & Associates’ experts in Toronto are certified human resources leaders in the fields of employment legislation and employee relations, policy development and compliance, performance management and employee engagement, HR department start-ups, human resource strategy and manpower planning, training and development, and workplace cultural assessment. Typically, their clients come from the manufacturing, construction, retail, restaurant and food industry, professional services, publishing, educational – post secondary and private, municipalities, and nonprofits. With their vast experience working alongside a wide variety of clients in wildly different industries, Salopek’s team has developed the knowledge to help any business grow and manage its employees better, and they guarantee their ability to produce results in any business.

Salopek & Associates states, “Salopek & Associates is proud of our team of Consultants who have successfully worked with organizations from the United States and the United Kingdom to open branch offices in the Greater Toronto Area. We pride ourselves on working with these clients and being their Canadian partner. We ensure that we proactively bring to their attention all aspects of Canadian and Ontario employment legislation and coach them on best people practices from a Canadian and local Toronto perspective.” Learn more here: Human Resources Toronto.

The human resources management company has received a number of positive reviews from pleased clients who have seen positive results after working with Salopek. One client, Marlys, states in a review, “We’ve been working with Salopek & Associates Ltd. for a year now. Our HR Consultant, Sharon Kolodychuk, is as qualified as they come. She’s provided us with expertise in everything from recruitments and terminations/retirements, to policy development and executive succession planning. Sharon’s able to address the smallest of details without losing sight of the big picture. She is extremely knowledgeable, professional, and personable. We feel very fortunate to have her supporting our team.”

Another client, Shannon H, says, “In my role as a benefits consultant, I have had the pleasure of working with Salopek on several occasions with mutual clients. Their consultants are extremely knowledgeable and clearly passionate about the work they do. They are a fantastic resource for organizations who are looking for HR support. I am confident in highly recommending their services.”

For assistance with managing a company and its resources—and thus achieving noticeable, sustainable growth—contact Salopek & Associates. Their team of qualified professionals with years of experience are guaranteed to take any company and help it meet its full potential. Interested parties may stay up to date with the company’s latest news and announcements by connecting with them on their social media platforms. They may also find out more regarding the company and their practices here: Salopek & Associates Ltd.Calgary.

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For more information about Salopek & Associates Ltd., contact the company here:

Salopek & Associates Ltd.
Janet Salopek
(403) 681-1232
info@salopekconsulting.com
908 17 Ave SW #213, Calgary, AB T2T 0A3

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