Emily has worked collaboratively with clients from various industries to develop and implement employee engagement surveys and present comprehensive and understanding results to executives. She has conducted significant primary research, testing and analysis to advise clients on how to interpret and report data from employee engagement surveys and use the results to identify and implement change that targets low-scoring areas with major impacts.
Additionally, Emily has led the development and publication of solution sets on a range of HR/Leadership topics, with a primary focus on employee engagement, to aid management-level clients in strategic and operational decision-making. These topics include developing, analyzing and reporting on employee engagement surveys, using employee surveys to prioritize and implement change, helping managers to identify disengaged employees and optimizing rewards and recognition programs.
Prior to joining McLean & Company, Emily was a lecturer teaching financial and managerial accounting at the Richard Ivey School of Business, University of Western Ontario.
Emily received her HBA from the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario.