SHRM-SCp, MSc, BSc
Jamiilah Linton-Anane is a Senior Human Resource Professional/Consultant/HR Expert with over fifteen (15) years Human Resource management experience. She is the visioneer of HR Global Vision owing to the need for sound, fair and equitable Human Resource practices within organisation. As a Human Resource Professional with the passion for the alignment of strategy, people, processes, technology and culture Mrs. Anane made the step of creating her own Consultancy businesses to assist organisations in meeting their HR Needs.
Mrs. Linton–Anane’s human resource experience spans across the private and public sectors both locally and regionally and has worked in various industries including Government, Financial and Telecommunications.
Her areas of competency include:
Strategic Human Resources
Recruitment and Selection
Compensation and Benefits
HR Planning and Development
Training and Development
She is the holder of a Master’s Degree in Human Resource Management from the Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business, and a Bachelor of Arts double major degree in Management Studies and Public Sector Management from the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Trinidad. Mrs. Linton-Anane is also certified in numerous training programmes which makes her competent in leadership skills and style. Her membership with the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) continues to provide her with resources to keep abreast of trends and documentary evidence to support her career.
Mrs. Linton-Anane continues to certify herself in the HR profession and in 2015 attained the Senior Certified Human Resource Professional (SCP-HRM) certification from the internationally known Society of Human Resource Management. She is also an adjunct lecturer in all the core areas of Human Resources and aspires to pursue higher Academic Excellence by attaining a PhD in the field of Organisation Development and transformation.
Jamiilah is guided by the words of Abraham Maslow "When the only tool you have is a hammer, every problem begins to resemble a nail."