Doug Spahn

Doug Spahn

Managing Director at Checkster

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Education

BachelorUniversity of Toronto

MBA

Master's Degree - Business Administration , Schulich School of Business

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Doug Shimada MBA
CLAUSEN & ASSOCIATES Doug Shimada MBA Doug provides the thought leadership, tactical plan development and implementation for the Talent Management practice. Prior to joining Clausen and Associates, Doug held a number of executive positions in Human Resources, including Vice President, HR for CDI Education Corporation, a nation wide vocational training company as well as Director, HR Services and Learning and Development, York University. At CDI, he implemented the successful acquisition and integration of numerous acquisitions in the Learning Services and Vocational Training industry. Experienced in Recruitment and Retention of key employees as well as Restructuring to control employee costs. He has provided Restructuring Support to one of Canada's largest telecommunications companies as well as career transition and outplacement support to affected employees. Doug began his career in sales and sales education with Bell Canada and Northern Telecom, and successfully transitioned to Human Resources with the SHL Systemhouse family of companies. Doug earned his Bachelor's ( Hons ) from the University of Toronto and a Master's Degree in Business Administration from Schulich School of Business.

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CLAUSEN & ASSOCIATES

Doug Shimada MBA
HR/Talent Management Consultant Doug provides leadership and tactical development for Clausen & Associates Talent Management practice. Doug's career incorporates a number of executive positions in Human Resources including providing restructuring support to one of Canada's largest

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