The House of Purpose, an innovative and diverse-owned firm, has been selected as a finalist for the 7th annual Canadian HR Awards, which celebrates the outstanding achievements in human resources across the nation.

TORONTO, ON, July 27, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ — The House of Purpose puts emotions to work to create sustainable, engaging and inclusive employee experiences. This team of specially trained, and supervised In-house mentors are redefining the HR playbook in learning and development; helping employees use their soft/human skills to handle subjective issues at work, such as stress, conflict, and self-motivation. As the Covid-19 crisis highlights the gap in accessible mental health solutions at work, The House of Purpose blends the latest scientific understanding on how the human brain and mind work (a.k.a. Emotional Technology), with proven talk-therapy techniques via remote group and individual interventions. “This is a very timely recognition from the HR community, as we all experience the need for more accessible and effective mental health solutions at work,” said Javier Santos, CEO and co-founder of The House of Purpose. He continued, “Now that diversity in business ownership becomes essential for building more equitable communities, we are proud and encouraged to represent this cohort, and be considered for this award”. Canadian HR Awards Director Jessica Duce said: “This list of finalists is a true snapshot of the best and brightest in HR, and honors those who have stepped up and put their people first at a time when it mattered most.”

The House of Purpose is an award-winning consultancy creating sustainable, engaging, and inclusive employee experiences by improving access to mental health solutions at work. Our innovative tailor-made programs blend the latest in brain/mind science with proven talk-therapy techniques. We are a diverse team of certified, trained, and supervised In-house Mentors acting at the intersection of Work and Mental Health. We serve public and private organizations worldwide in English, French, and Spanish. We were awarded 2020 Supplier Of The Year by the Canadian LGBTQ+ Chamber of Commerce. To learn more about us please visit:

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