Media Kit – Reneshone Corp.

Corporate Profile

Carine Lacroix is an HR professional who founded Reneshone Corp. in early 2018. Bringing a unique analytics-driven approach to the discipline of HR, she is a successful entrepreneur with over 14 years of experience in this field. What sets Carine apart are two things:
1) Her unique expertise in optimizing human capital – people – from recruitment to retention, and
2) Her ability to develop and analyze data-driven metrics, and align this with an organization’s core business strategy.

The name ‘Reneshone’ comes from the word ‘Renaissance’ and the past participle of the verb ‘to shine’ – targets firms employing from five to 3,000 people. The process involves a metrics-based ideology that is strategic and tactical, and built on the two pillars of human capital and business development. The key is using data to help an organization empower its people and optimize revenue, and this involves all aspects of HR including total rewards, recruiting, support and coaching.

Carine believes that HR is both an art and a science but typically the art or ‘soft’ side of HR is emphasized, while the science or ‘hard data analytic’ side of HR is minimized. She has a background in both sides of the business and serves her clients with a focus on data. Metrics, when used properly with HR, can link the productivity of an organization’s workforce to actual results, effectively making HR a profit centre as opposed to a cost centre. Solid metrics empower and enable the leadership team so they can better estimate risks, attract and retain the best people, increase productivity, and drive employee engagement to new heights.

According to a 2018 Gallup poll, 85% of employees around the world are not engaged or actively disengaged at work. This is also a problem in Canada where lack of engagement costs business $350 billion a year in lost productivity. But building productive workplaces through results-focused employee programs can boost employee acquisition, retention and performance, and put success on the fast track.
Reneshone can help an organization in many ways. This includes:

  • Creating a tailored total rewards strategy that is aligned to the business needs
  • Building the foundation for a solid culture, and keeping the team happy and motivated
  • Improving employee communications
  • Recruiting and retaining world-class talent
  • Decreasing absenteeism
  • Optimizing employee performance and enhancing productivity
  • Making decisions based on data and measuring program results with accuracy

Carine LacroixCarine Lacroix is a member of WorldatWork, a global HR association that serves, educates and inspires those who reward and engage the workforce. She has a sterling track record of driving solid results for her clients through a data-focused approach to HR that measures progress with metrics. She has two Master’s degrees – in Management and Economics.

From 2015 to 2017 Carine was Vice President, Business Development for PLC Group. From 2013 to 2015 she was National Compensation Specialist for Sobeys and held responsibility for harmonizing the company’s compensation across North America. Prior to that she was a Compensation Analyst and Human Resources Advisor at Aon, and a Human Resources Coordinator at Transat.

Carine earned her Master of Science at HEC in Montreal, her field of study Business Administration and Management. Fluently bilingual in English and French, she is the Vice President of AFAF (Association des femmes d’affaires francophones), a non-profit, networking and social organization for French speakers in Ontario.

Fact Sheet

Office: 2275 Upper Middle Road East, Suite 101 Oakville, Ontario L6H OC3
Phone: 905-491-6787
Email: [email protected]
Leadership Team: CEO and FOUNDER : Carine Lacroix
Principal Benefits Consultant : Tharshini Parames
Conflict Resolution Specialist : Rekha Lakra
Services: Employee Surveys
HR Data Analysis
Talent Acquisition
HR Support and Advisory
Employee Rewards
Clients: Organizations employing from five to 3,000 people
Articles featuring Carine: My boss put me in charge of a diversity initiative, but I’m uncomfortable taking it on. How do I approach it?
I think my employee is faking their sick days. What are my options?
An employee who reports to me wants to be a manager. What should my response be?
Can Artificial Intelligence reduce stereotyping in recruiting?
Diverse, Inclusive Workplaces Value All and Raise the Bar
Employee Engagement is Key for Success
Allegations of Workplace Harassment Should Be Taken Seriously
Should I meet with my employer’s competitor to see what they can offer me?
Why Diversity in the Workplace Matters: Relationships, Retention and Financial Returns
Employee Mental Health During Lockdown: What Managers Need to Do Now
My Boss is Micromanaging me While we Work from Home. How Can I Get him to Trust me?
Leading with Compassion: More Flexibility, Visibility and Heart is Needed by Managers During this Challenging COVID-19 Era.
I’m a Millennial Executive. How do I Get my Peers to Take me Seriously?
What’s at Stake when the Harasser is an Employee or the Employer
How to Avoid ‘Hasty Hiring’ and Ensure Your Candidate is The Right Fit
How to Foster Lawyer Engagement
The Fate of Luggage Company Away’s CEO Reveals the Risk of Pushing Employees Too Hard
What Makes Employees Want To Stay ? A Manager that Communicates
Termination for Defamation: HR Tips to Avoid Cherry Scenario.
Using Data Analytics to Improve HR Function, Engage Employees.
How Gender Equality Can Help You Build Productive and Vibrant Workplaces
Recruiting Re-Imagined: Why Employee Engagement and Loyalty Begins with Enlightened Hiring.
Making Data Your HR Champion: The HR function is traditionally seen as a ‘touchy feely’ cost centre. But what if HR decision-making mirrored the data-driven metrics used in professional sports?
How to Win the War for Talent in the 21st Century: It is a poor excuse to say that Millennials are not loyal; investment in workforce engagement is critical, regardless of age.