1. Pursue one of the “hottest careers in the 21st century” (Macleans Magazine).
  2. Future potential to have a career working with all levels of government (public sector), and the private sector which offers rewards and challenges working with management, unions and all levels of employees.
  3. Examine current HR practices and policies and future trends which contribute to providing an effective work force.
  4. Become a “change agent” by developing Human Resource strategies which embrace diversity, equity and innovation.
  5. Register in directly-related courses which contribute to the development of a multi-skilled HR practitioner, thereby satisfying employers’ needs to have a graduate who embraces autonomy, self-management and variety.