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bringing exceptional hr services to small & medium businesses

industry experience


hrology is an unconventional HR practice.  We bring a breath of fresh air to traditional HR.  Our vision is to create awesome organizations with awesome cultures.  We know the ins and outs of HR, we know best practices and we know the legal landscape.  We understand people and how to ensure that the best HR practices are adding to your bottom line.  We care about the details and never lose sight of your key goals.  We deliver customized HR solutions that are simple, flexible, and scalable.  

hrology delivers some onsite support in Calgary and Toronto, and virtual support to organizations across the globe.  While our experience has helped both SME (Small and Medium Enterprise) and Enterprise alike, we focus our efforts on SME.  We understand that SMEs have to navigate people management decisions and business challenges, but often lack the in-house HR expertise and resources they need to thrive and succeed. We aim to fill that gap, working collaboratively with you to tailor flexible solutions that can be scaled and adjusted as the business and needs change.  We deliver HR expertise that suits your needs, your budget and the culture of your organization.

our values

collaboration – work together
respect – value everyone
credibility – walk the talk
integrity – do what’s right
excellence – be your best
accountability – own your actions
solutions focused – add value through action
client driven – put client needs and interests first


​saira gangji, MIRHR, CHRM

I'm not your typical HR partner - you know, the evil HR Manager who polices your every move, who is bureaucratic, slow, and socially awkward, who only thinks in black & white, who is transactional to the death, who can't find their way out of the proverbial box, even with google maps and whose favourite word is "no".  

That just isn't me.

So who am I? I'm an independent HR consultant with 15+ years of HR generalist experience under my skinny jeans.  I have my master’s degree in industrial relations & human resources management and have worked in both unionized and non-unionized environments. If you want to know more about my education and work experience (to make sure I'm legit) check out my LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sairagangji  If you're super keen and big on investigating, I also have references that you can contact 😊

I'm mini but mighty, sassy and a little bit smart-assy. I don't speak in HR legalese and I like to keep things simple - life is complicated enough!  I'm passionate about helping leaders and businesses succeed and transform their people and culture practices.  I'm open, honest and practical.  I believe in communicating openly and operating transparently.  I'm a creative problem solver and a straight shooter.  I won't always tell you what you want to hear, but I will tell you what you need to hear.  I'll help to keep you on track and out of trouble.  It won't always be easy, but I'll be by your side to support you thorough your people pains.

I've had experience leading teams (some good, some bad, and some ugly).  Building (and sustaining) trust and relationships are part of my DNA.  While I may not be an expert in your business, I am an expert in my business...and I don't limit myself to HR.  I'm up to date on current business trends, communication and collaboration tools and the newest technologies.  I'm disciplined about work and life - I don't need to be babysat, and I'm very open to feedback.  I'm driven to succeed and I work hard to play hard.   I'm not perfect, but I'm definitely not a jerk.  Admittedly, I'm afraid of heights, a horrible knitter, and a huge fan of pizza. 

I will help you get the right people in the door, and get the wrong people out the door.  I will help you to engage, motivate, develop and promote the awesome performers, and help you manage, discipline and give tough love to the crap ones. My job, in a nutshell, is to guide you through managing your people and culture issues so that you can sleep at night - doesn't that sound dreamy?