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Total Rewards conference comes to Canada

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International career management expert and best-selling author Barbara Moses, PhD, is scheduled to kick off the 2008 Canadian Total Rewards Conference, November 17-19 in Toronto, ON. The Greater Toronto Area Rewards Association, along with the Ottawa Region Rewards Association and WorldatWork, are bringing together today's top HR professionals, business strategies and leading practices for two days of networking and knowledge sharing.

Dubbed "career guru" by Fast Company magazine, Moses will unveil the secret for creating a life-friendly organization. Moses' innovative approach to managing work and life has made her the leader in career self-management. Moses is president of BBM Human Resource Consultants Inc., and is the best-selling author of

What Next?

and

Dish: Midlife Women Tell The Truth About Work, Relationships & the Rest of Life

. She is also a work issues columnist for the Globe and Mail and appears frequently on TV and radio, including the Today Show, NPR, MSNBC, and Canada AM.

HR practitioners from leading companies such as Purolator Courier, TD Bank, Bell Aliant Regional Communications, Fairmont Hotels, Sun Life Financial, City of Montreal, and others will present on:

§    Motivating and retaining key talent in the Canadian market.

§    Being a strategic partner and preparing for a company's future needs.

§    Automating and strategically aligning employee incentive pay with business performance.

Early bird registration ends Oct. 2, 2008.

WorldatWork (

www.worldatwork.org

) is a global human resources association focused on compensation, benefits, work-life, and integrated total rewards to attract, motivate, and retain a talented workforce. Founded in 1955, WorldatWork provides a network of more than 30,000 members and professionals in 75 countries with training, certification, research, conferences, and community. It has offices in Washington, D.C., and Scottsdale, Arizona.

To register or for more details, visit

www.worldatwork.org/waw/toronto2008/index.jsp

.

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