Alberta Health Services staff pressured to attend controversial seminars - 2014-10-15

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F182.png Alberta Health Services staff pressured to attend controversial seminars October 15, 2014, Charles Rusnell, CBC News

A controversial personal development company criticized for employing high-pressure recruitment tactics, intense psychological methods and conformist ideology operated within an Alberta Health Services department for more than a year, despite several serious employee complaints.

Internal Alberta Health Services (AHS) documents obtained by CBC News through a freedom of information request detail several complaints to human resources from information technology employees who felt pressured, even harassed, to attend Landmark Education Corp. seminars, and to reveal personal details of their lives at the seminars and at staff meetings.


{{cite news | first = Charles | last = Rusnell | author2 = Jennie Russell | title = Alberta Health Services staff pressured to attend controversial seminars | url = http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmonton/alberta-health-services-staff-pressured-to-attend-controversial-seminars-1.2798835 | work = CBC News | date = October 15, 2014 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}