AHS Employee Complaint   Over Landmark

AHS Employee Complaint Over Landmark

Created on: Mar-17-2017   Published on: Mar-17-2017


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Public Interest Commissioner will look into complaint over controversial Landmark Education training

Alberta’s Public Interest Commissioner is reviewing a complaint against Alberta Health Services related to a controversial American personal development training company, CBC News has learned.

Ted Miles, the office’s director, said an Alberta Health Services (AHS) employee, on Sept. 18, alleged that paying for 40 AHS staff to take personal development training provided by the Landmark Education Corp. represented “gross mismanagement of funds.” The allegation has not been proven.

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