We humanize the human resources experience for your perspective candidates and employees. You can count on our trusted employer solutions which will raise profits while increasing a sense of belonging and wellbeing in your workplace culture.


No In-House HR Department?

We back small to mid-sized organizations with recruiting and onboarding needs. 

Employer branding and marketing

We develop authentic culture and story-driven employer brands along with activating workforce communication campaigns

Diversity & Inclusion Services

Nail down your most pressing diversity and inclusion needs with our certified team.

We deliver solutions 

Traditional HR departments were not always prepared to step up to new challenges and realities of our current labour market, not to mention new ways of thinking. That’s why the time is right to work with BEE HAPPY HR CO because we deliever respectful, compassion-driven culture that will attract and retain teams at their peak performance.   



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Why we are different

We’ve been employees.


We’ve been managers.


We have felt overlooked and under-appreciated in our professional lives.


As an all-female team of diverse leaders we are here to help you create a happy hive of employees who bee-lieve in you.


Meet your Brand Strategist, Leigh Mitchell 

CEO of Women in Biz Network  + Bee Happy Talent Hive and Human Resource Solutions

I refine employer brands to attract diverse applicants & enhance workplace performance/profits. We offer a vetted diversity-career board for women. Proudly mentor business & career women. I also the Host Time to Thrive Podcast.

Featured in Wall Street Journal, CBC News, Chatelaine Magazine, Marketing Magazine, Fairygodboss (Career Expert), CTV News, Toronto Star, Globe & Mail and more.

Our Latest Work

Here are a few of our recent happy clients

Socialize with Me


I love to be social. Helping others to be social lights my fire! I am passionate about social media because it is 100% how I built my business from connecting with new clients,  sponsors and WIBN members.

In 2010 as a new mom on maternity leave, I took to Twitter to connect with other women entrepreneurs out of the need to feel less isolated. It turns out I was not alone in feeling isolated as a small business owner. Others felt like me and I have made amazing friendships and connections online with other business owners. Many of us took those relationships to a new level by meeting at Women in Biz Network events and webinars.  After years of building I have over 20,000 social media contacts through community building.