OTTAWA, Ont. — Trucking HR Canada’s Tamara Miller is leaving her position, to pursue an opportunity with the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp.
Kim MacLaren, who played a lead role in developing National Occupational Standards for the trucking industry’s non-driving occupations, will assume her duties on an interim basis, the organization announced.
Miller’s last day will be Sept. 18.
“Trucking HR Canada is a stronger organization thanks to Tamara’s many contributions,” said Trucking HR Canada CEO Angela Splinter. “She played key roles in developing our Top Fleet Employer program, National Occupational Standards, and many other projects – drawing on her aptitude in HR, clear thinking, and natural ability to connect with people. The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation has gained a stellar individual.”
“I’m thrilled to have had the chance to learn so much about the trucking industry, work alongside the dedicated Trucking HR Canada team, and benefit from Angela’s leadership,” Miller added. “Having worked directly with Kim, I also know that ongoing initiatives are in great hands.”
Trucking HR Canada is now looking for a new director, programs and services.
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