Mercer Canada | Labour and Employee Relations Network Event

Mercer Canada | Labour and Employee Relations Network Event

Canada Labour and Employee Relations Network Fall Session

27 September - 28 September 2016  Canada, Toronto

  • OVERVIEW
    • As a Senior HR, Employee Relations and Labour Relation Leader in Canada, this is a network you want to be a part of.

      Discuss key challenges and current developments regarding Employee Relations strategy in Canada. Sessions are member-led in a confidential setting following a highly participative format.

      Mercer’s Canada Labour and Employee Relations Network meets twice per year and offers a 24/7 professional peer resource for keeping you ahead of the curve on your Employee Relations issues.

      We invite you as our guest, without fee or obligation, to participate in the session and meet our members.

      Topics for the Fall Session:

      • Guest Speaker – Rafael Gomez, Director, Centre for IR and HR, University of Toronto
      • Collective Bargaining Strategy at IESO
      • Ontario Power’s Total Health and Wellness Plan
      • Canada Post Negotiations and Strike/Lockout
      • The Role of Big Data in Employee Relations Strategy at Chrysler
      • Dealing with Injuries in the Workplace – Russel Metals
      • Via Rail’s New Labour Agreement
      • Ontario’s Changing Workplaces Review Interim Report
  • SPEAKER
    • Rafael Gomez

      Director of the Centre for IR and HR at the University of Toronto.
      Rafael Gomez will give his expert insight into a number of topics.

  • SCHEDULE
    • Tuesday, 27 September - Session begins with lunch at noon and adjourns at 5:00 p.m., followed by a group dinner at 5:30 p.m. (Location to be announced).

      Wednesday, 27 September - Session begins with breakfast at 8:00 a.m. and adjourns at noon, followed by lunch.

  • REGISTER
    • Register today to see Mercer’s Canada Labour and Employee Relations Network in action.
      Date: September 27th - 28th, 2016
      Location: Toronto, Ontario

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