AHS employee complaint over Landmark seminars sparks review - 2014-10-15

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F182.png AHS employee complaint over Landmark seminars sparks review October 15, 2014, Charles Rusnell, CBC News

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.

Miles said the details of the complaint are "remarkably similar" to the information contained in a CBC News story published Wednesday. It revealed that AHS allowed Landmark to operate within its Information Technology department for more than a year despite several serious complaints from AHS employees.


{{cite news | first = Charles | last = Rusnell | author2 = Jennie Russell | title = AHS employee complaint over Landmark seminars sparks review | url = http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmonton/ahs-employee-complaint-over-landmark-seminars-sparks-review-1.2800113 | work = CBC News | date = October 15, 2014 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}