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Roles and Responsibility in HR Administration

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Roles and Responsibility in HR Administration

Having several clerks working for you, anybody that has come into the orderly room that’s worked for me at least I would like to think that they walked out knowing something more than they walked in with. And having a whole new appreciation for the machine that works behind the scenes that gets them paid, that gets them promoted, that gets them posted, all that stuff. And for the most part a lot of those folks don’t get the praise they deserve. They don’t get the recognition they deserve and as long as it’s done well. It’s like housekeeping. If you can’t tell anything is out of place then everything that needed to be done is done. Nobody’s perfect but I think a lot of clerks have a genuine interest in taking care of the people. It’s a satisfying role in that regard.

Sgt Dalcourt speaks about her roles and sense of appreciation she likes to give and receive with satisfaction in a job well done.

Wendy Dalcourt

Ms. Wendy Dalcourt was born in St. John’s, Newfoundland October 29, 1965. During her high school years Wendy was adamant that a military career was for her and after studying at Memorial University joined the Reserves Unit as a clerk holding several different positions within office administration. Along with her In-Canada service, Wendy accepted a deployment to Afghanistan in 2012 under Roto Operation Tension in the area of HR Administration. Presently still serving, Wendy is proud to be part of Team Canada 2018 Invictus Games where she participates in the sport of w/c rugby and archery traveling to Sydney, Australia to participate in the games. Wendy holds great pride for her service with the Canadian military. She and her family reside in Etobicoke, Ontario.

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Veterans Affairs Canada
July 25, 2018
Person Interviewed:
Wendy Dalcourt
War, Conflict or Mission:
Canadian Armed Forces
Reserves Infantry

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