Rec centre staffer didn’t – and shouldn’t have – gotten the job

Collective agreement complicates hiring process
|Canadian Labour Reporter|Last Updated: 03/31/2014

finding the best person for the job can often prove a daunting task — one that can have a profound effect not only on day-to-day operations, but on the overall health of an organization.

When hiring practices are outlined specifically in a collective agreement, that process has the potential to become bogged down in the particulars.

Cecilia Johnson, a long-term employee with the City of Regina, found this out the hard way.