2015-04-22

The Ontario Chamber of Commerce and Drake International partner to provide affordable and accessible HR solutions to small and medium size business

Drake Editorial Team

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TORONTO, April 22, 2015: The Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC), an independent, non-partisan business network, has partnered with Drake International, a leader in HR Talent Management Solutions, to provide over 160 local chambers of commerce and boards of trade and their members access to an innovative, human resources service through an online portal – Intelligent Help. 

 

Intelligent Help is a secure, online portal allowing members exclusive access to a robust suite of HR solutions, resources and expert advice. It has been specially designed to meet the needs of small and mid-size businesses, quickly and accurately, all with a click of a mouse. 

“This relationship is strategic and aligns with the Emerging Stronger initiative, where the OCC has identified the need for employers to invest more in building a 21st century workforce. Drake will offer OCC members and affiliated businesses with a unique set of HR solutions and resources to strengthen their foundation and propel their growth,”

  says Maysa Hawwash, National Manager, Talent Management Solutions.  

“The OCC is happy to have Drake International on board as an affinity partner,” says Allan O’Dette, President and CEO of the OCC. “Partnerships like this help us strengthen the Ontario Chamber Network by providing our membership with a suite of solution focused services that address everyday administrative challenges that many SMEs face.”

Intelligent Help is an innovative, secure online HR portal specially designed to provide solutions to common HR issues. This unique portal is the perfect solution that allows users access to a full range of Talent Management Solutions, while keeping HR costs low, and business performance operations high.

 

About Drake International  

Drake International is widely recognized as global innovators in the field of Talent Management Solutions and Profit Improvement. Founded in Winnipeg in 1951 and now operating in 10 countries around the world, Drake not only offers a comprehensive assortment of Talent Management Solutions that focus on improving performance, productivity, recruiting, retention, organizational culture, leadership, and customer satisfaction, but also partners directly with its clients to implement the solutions in order to “engineer the end result” of profit improvement.


For more information contact:Maysa Hawwash
National Manager, Talent Management Solutions, Drake International
E: mhawwash@na.drakeintl.com T: 416.216.1067 

Michelle Kelly

Communications Coordinator, Ontario Chamber of Commerce
E: michellekelly@occ.ca T: 416.482.5222 ext. 2410

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