Mallory Hendry

Mallory Hendry

Mallory Hendry is a Content Specialist for Human Resources Director, part of the Key Media publishing company. Mallory has a special interest in covering diversity and inclusion, the future of work, and labour and employment law issues.

A contributor to Key Media since 2019, Mallory previously wrote for Canadian Lawyer Magazine, Law Times News, Canadian Occupational Safety Magazine and Canadian HR Reporter. Mallory began her career as a content editor for Thomson Reuters Canada's legal products before moving to the media side of the company, where she started as a copy editor and progressed to assistant editor.

Mallory graduated from Queen’s University with a major in English and a minor in sociology, and received her journalism diploma from Centennial College. A life-long learner, she loves nothing more than covering new developments in human resource management.

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HR Halloween: How to handle an office party nightmare

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