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Jamie Allison

President and Lead Consultant, epitome

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"I made the leap to epitome to lead real-world, results-based human resources work that will reinforce the profession as a foundational element of organizations - rather than just a functional one. My approach involves helping clients design integrated HR systems and programs that drive business results and create greater employer brand visibility."


Jamie is the Founder and Principal Consultant of epitome. HR, a boutique consulting service aimed at talent sourcing, development and optimization with specializations in talent acquisition, transformation, talent mapping/succession planning and engagement. He has successfully fulfilled engagements with strong companies and brands ranging from Softchoice, Scotiabank and Metrolinx to Lifelabs, CPPIB and Home Hardware.

Jamie has over 25 years’ experience leading HR initiatives for both small- and large-scale organizations.  His industry experience ranges from government and healthcare to retail and consumer packaged goods.  His firm has helped clients build programs and capabilities that have been recognized for top awards in areas such as Employer Branding and Leadership Development.  The company’s core strength is moving strategy to action and results.

Jamie is a Certified Human Resources Leader, Certified LinkedIn Recruiter, author of Jackpot! A Step-by-Step Guide to a Winning On-Campus Campaign and host of the Top 50 Self Improvement podcast Big Idea Big Moves.

Connect with Jamie on LinkedIn.

We develop integrated solutions

Epitome is not your typical HR firm. We make sure your HR practices are integrated with high level business objectives and foster engagement at all levels.

We will make your brand magnetic

We believe in showcasing HR leadership. Epitome will show you how to be a best employer and brand yourself as one.

We deliver excellence

We want you to see longevity in the services we provide. We offer quantified results for you and your stakeholders through a "post assignment" analysis.

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