TORONTO, ONTARIO and VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- (Marketwire) -- 01/14/13 -- LifeLabs Medical Laboratory Services today announced the appointment of Donna Wilson as Vice-President of Human Resources effective Monday, January 28, 2013.
As Vice-President of Human Resources, Ms Wilson will lead LifeLabs' human resources organization with responsibilities including, employee and labour relations, talent attraction, retention and development, employee engagement, compensation and benefits, and the development of LifeLabs' Human Resources strategy.
Ms Wilson brings a wealth of distinguished executive leadership experience to her VP, Human Resources role at LifeLabs. Since 2010, Ms Wilson has been the Vice-President, Industry Services and Sustainability at WorkSafeBC responsible for leading five operational areas that include: Investigation Services, Assessments, Industry & Labour Services, Social Responsibility & Sustainability and Business Continuity Management. Prior to joining WorkSafeBC, from 2005 to 2010, Ms Wilson was the Executive Vice-President, Workforce and Sustainability at the Vancouver Olympic Organizing Committee (VANOC). In addition to her responsibilities for hiring and training a large organization of full and part-time employees and some 25,000 volunteers, Donna played a key role in leading the development of VANOC's organizational culture, strategic direction and project leadership oversight. Throughout her career, Ms Wilson has also held progressively more senior roles at Vancity Credit Union, BC Hydro, Canadian Airlines International and the BC Nurses Union.
Ms Wilson holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, is a Chartered Director (C. Dir.) from McMaster University's Certified Director Program, and has completed the Queen's University Executive Development Program.
"Donna comes to LifeLabs with a set of skills and experiences in senior executive leadership in the public and private sectors, in human resources, and in overseeing massive project, operations and change management initiatives," said Sue Paish, President and CEO of LifeLabs. "She understands human resources, organizational culture, health care, regulated industries and, most importantly, people, who are the key to our organization's success."
Ms Wilson's appointment takes effect on Monday January 28, 2013. She will be based in LifeLabs' Burnaby, BC head office.
LifeLabs Medical Laboratory Services (LifeLabs) provides laboratory testing services, which help physicians and other healthcare professionals diagnose, treat, monitor and prevent disease in patients. LifeLabs employs more than 3,000 professionally trained staff who delivers more than 50 million laboratory tests annually to over 10 million patients and nearly 20,000 physician customers. LifeLabs has operated in Canada for nearly 50 years. Today it is owned by Borealis, a global leader in infrastructure investing, with assets in energy, transportation and infrastructure buildings, including long-term care facilities and hospitals, pipelines and telecommunications. For information, visit www.lifelabs.com.
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