Jaylene Cousins, CPHR

Jaylene Cousins

Jaylene Cousins , CPHR

Senior Manager

Jaylene is a member of MNP’s Advisory Services team in Saskatchewan. Jaylene brings more than 17 years of experience advising and delivering on multiple aspects of talent management and strategic human resources, business transformation, transformational human resources, and organizational change management to her role.

Jaylene’s experience spans the public sector (municipal and provincial governments and Crown corporations), health care, secondary and post-secondary educational institutions, not-for-profit organizations, insurance companies, and Indigenous clients. Her primary advisory areas include transformational and strategic human resources and all areas of talent management, including workforce planning, recruitment and talent acquisition, change management, performance management, labor relations, and business optimization. Jaylene leads large-scale transformations impacting people, processes and technology. She has also been a human resources and change management leader designing organizational change strategies alongside the creation of human resources departments, policies and procedures aligning resources to an organization’s strategy. She is experienced in stakeholder consultation, dispute resolution, collective bargaining and negotiations and has worked with multiple unions.

Jaylene earned a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in human resources and marketing from the University of Regina in 2008. She is a Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR) and Certified Talent Management Practitioner (CTMP), and holds the Prosci Change Management and Prince2 Practitioner certifications.

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