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Labour News
May 25, 2015
OLRB rules some students' school year in jeopardy

May 25, 2015
750 municipal workers to set up picket lines

May 22, 2015
Lowest level since 2013

May 21, 2015
OLRB considering whether job action is illegal

May 21, 2015
Unifor ratifies agreement with First Student

May 20, 2015
140 armored car employees affected

May 19, 2015
CUPE workers picket over pension
Global Labour News
May 22, 2015
Labour dispute affecting parts distributors

May 21, 2015
Workers unions call for labour reforms

May 20, 2015
Workers seeking higher minimum wage, right to unionize

May 15, 2015
Day-long walk-out will start on May 25

May 14, 2015
Increase to $15 per hour implemented at headquarters

May 13, 2015
Union's demand comes in the face of job cuts
Current Issue
CURRENT ISSUE: May 25, 2015

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Todd Humber, associate publisher and managing editor of Canadian HR Reporter, recently moderated a special roundtable on succession planning. In this, part 2 of a 3-part series, we look at building up leaders and whether or not to tell high performers they are in line for leadership

Mitigation: How to Keep the Damage to a Minimum

When facing a demand for dismissal damages, it’s important to be familiar with a dismissed employee’s duty to limit those damages

Canadian Labour Reporter Special Report: Out of the Mist: Understanding Canadian Labour Relations Strategy

This unique book covers the theory and foundation concepts of labour relations strategy. Labour relations strategy is all about developing an effective organizational culture and the employee relations climate to achieve the overall business objectives. The authors explore various themes by borrowing from several disciplines and applying relevant concepts to the labour relations context. The book takes a collaborative view of the subject in spite of the adversarial nature of traditional labour relations. The authors have structured the book around the Buddhist parable of searching for the Ox to make it more interesting and to help describe strategic thought as a journey. The book is written for anyone who is in, or aspires to be in, a strategic role with responsibilities for the management of people (especially in a unionized environment or one that could potentially become unionized). This includes senior executives, HR practitioners, labour relations specialists and people in general management roles. The book seeks to inspire them to think strategically about the practice of labour relations and to ensure they have a labour relations strategy that creates and sustains competitive advantage for their organization and creates shared value for multiple stakeholders.

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