Anne Hardacre has spent more than seven years teaching and developing in-class and hybrid curriculum for George Brown College in the human resources diploma and post-diploma programs. She holds both a Masters of Industrial Relations (with a specialization in Human Resources) and a Masters of Education degree.
Anne has over 20 years’ experience in education and industry in progressively more responsible human resources generalist and specialist roles including managerial positions. She has worked for both private and public organizations developing and implementing performance management programs with emphasis on recruitment/selection, training, compensation and career development. She also has experience with high school, college and university teaching and curriculum development in both the classroom and on-line environments for human resources and business management programs.
Master of Education, Queen’s University, 2012Master of Industrial Relations, Human Resources, Queen’s University, 1991 Bachelor of Education, Business Studies/Adult Education, University of Toronto, 1990 Bachelor of Arts (Honours), Major: Economics, Minor: Political Science, York University, 1988 Certified Human Resource Professional, 1997
Areas Of Specialization
Human Resources Management
Areas Of Expertise
Career Planning and Development, Online/Hybrid Course Development and Instruction
Progressively more responsible positions in both the profit and non-for-profit sectors including the New Home Warranty Program, the King Edward Hotel, Apotex Inc. and Imperial Oil Positions – HR Generalist, HR Advisor, HR Manager and Recruitment Manager
Doctorate work in online/hybrid education in various international contexts as well as domestic programming Curriculum design and teaching of distance programming Member – University of Toronto, Research Group, Online Education Research Forum, 2014-present Conference Presenter – Canadian Society of Educators’ Conference, University of New Brunswick, 2011 Conference Presenter – Gateway Conference, Queen’s University, Kingston, 2011 Conference Presenter, Poster Presenter, Committee Member – Graduate Student Conference, Queen’s University, Kingston, 2008-09, 2011