City of Vernon’s Human Resource Director recognized as leader in industry

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Raeleen Manjak, Director of Human Resources for City of Vernon, has been recognized as one of the Top 30 HR Professionals in Canada by Human Resource Magazine Canada.

Manjak was noted for her work in developing and implementing a performance leadership culture at the City in 2016 through strategic capacity building.

The work was instrumental in bringing the City’s management team to a common understanding of expectations and deliverables.

“We are very proud of Raeleen’s work with the City, which has helped the organization to build capacity and develop leaders,” said Mayor Akbal Mund. “This in turn helps the City in its mission to deliver effective and efficient services to the citizens and businesses of Vernon.”

Manjak and her team also focused on continuing the organization’s commitment to a safe and respectful work environment in 2016.

As a result, the City of Vernon has received certificates of recognition for its safety work systems, as well as its return to work/stay at work program.

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