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Bill Howatt

Bill Howatt

Bill Howatt

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Bill Howatt is the chief research and development officer of work force productivity with Morneau Shepell in Toronto and  the president of Howatt HR Consulting and founder of TalOp, in Kentville, N.S. His websites are www.howatthr.com and www.TalOp.com He is also the creator of an online Pathway to Coping course offered through the University of New Brunswick.

 

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