TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Dec. 3, 2012) - People Corporation ("People" or the "Company") (TSX VENTURE:PEO) announced today that Mark Phillips has joined the Company in the capacity of Benefit Consultant in the Toronto Region. Mr. Phillips has over 23 years of experience in the employee benefits industry. He began his career as a Group Representative working with Canada Life, and Maritime Life. Most recently, directly as a Benefit Consultant at Morton Phillips.
"Mark brings to People Corporation a broad knowledge of the employee benefit industry, the Ontario Market and international pooling which will allow us to continue to provide in-depth consulting and services to our growing client base," said Bonnie Chwartacki, Executive Vice President of People Corporation.
About People Corporation
People Corporation is a leading employee benefits, group retirement and human resource consulting firm in Canada. With a growing national footprint and twenty-six offices and satellite offices across seven provinces, the Company is bringing together the leading consultants in the industry, offering innovative and customized human resource, benefit and pension solutions to its clients. Additional corporate information is available at www.peoplecorporation.com.
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