🇨🇦 Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Oluwafemi, AKA Femi, started her HR Consulting outfit in Edmonton: Shalom Shalom Consulting very recently. Her passion is to draw the attention of Executives and leaders to the fact that a global poll conducted by Gallup uncovered that out of the world’s one billion full-time workers, only 15% of people are engaged at work. This means an astronomical 85% of people are unhappy in their jobs. She aims at coaching Managers and Executives of small and medium -sized businesses about how to improve their bottom line by boosting Employee Engagement. She does this partly through her proprietary training program called Respect in the Workplace.
She also assists her clients in facilitating other bespoke training programs, including but not limited to: Workplace Harassment and Discrimination, Diversity and Inclusion, Leadership to name a few.
Other services include, On- demand and or infrequent HR support, Conducting Exit interviews, Employee On-Boarding, Employee Handbook, Executive Placement, and, Conflict Resolution.
For a period spanning about 20 years, Femi has worked in the field of Human Resources in West Africa, Toronto, Ontario culminating in her role as Divisional HR Advisor for the Divisional Headquarters of The Salvation Army in Edmonton, Alberta. She possesses invaluable International and Canadian experience. Her professional journey cuts across the spectrums of the Oil and Gas Industry, Healthcare, Social Services and now Consulting.
Apart from this experience, Femi holds a B.Sc. in Social Science, and two Masters Degrees: One in Sociology and another in Industrial Relations and Personnel Management all from the University of Lagos. She graduated with honours in Human Resources Management from Humber College in Toronto and holds The Certified Human Resources Professional designation from the Human Resources Institute of Alberta. She also holds the SHRM-SCP which is a certification for senior certified HR professionals managed through SHRM, ( The Society of Human Resources Management), the world’s oldest HR association. Femi is happily married with three children.