6th Annual Western Canada Labour Relations

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Report Code: HRP11657. January, 2011. Vancouver, BC

ARTICLE I

Building Problem Solving Labour Management Relationships

Debbie Cameron
Director of Mediation Division and Conflict Resolution Programs
BC Labour Relations Board

ARTICLE II

Evaluating the Relationship Enhancement Program

Thomas R. Knight
Associate Professor
Organizational Behavior and Human Resources Division
Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia

ARTICLE III

Workplace Privacy

Rebecca Murdock
Barrister and Solicitor
IBEW 258

Lorene A. Novakowski
Partner
Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP

ARTICLE IV

The Widening Array of Duty to Accommodate Requests: Is the Hybrid Approach Dead?

Donald J. Jordan, Q.C.
Partner
Taylor Jordan Chafetz

ARTICLE V

The Widening Array of Duty to Accommodate Requests: Is the Hybrid Approach Dead?

Lindsay M. Lyster
Associate Counsel, Moore Edgar Olson
Former Member, British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal

ARTICLE VI

Managing Stress and Absence Due to Stress: The Medical Perspective

Dr. Daniel R. Gouws, MB, ChB, LMCC, FLEX
Occupational Health Physician
Ultima Health Assessments Corp.

ARTICLE VII

Unique Clauses and Trends

David Vipond
Director, Negotiations
B.C. Government and Service Employees’ Union

ARTICLE VIII

Bringing Clarity to Pensions: Is it Possible?

Mark Newton
Partner
Heenan Blaikie LLP

ARTICLE IX

Vancouver Coastal Health – Attendance Promotion Program

Anne Harvey
Vice President
HR Services for PHC, PHSA and VCH

ARTICLE X

The Aging Worker

Brian Mathae
Director, Group Client Development
Pacific Blue Cross

ARTICLE XI

The Aging Worker: Juggling Competing Concerns

Christopher M. McHardy
Partner
McCarthy Tétrault LLP

ARTICLE XII

Effective Social Media Policies and Practices

Stephen D. Burns
Partner
Bennett Jones LLP

ARTICLE XIII

Administrating Accommodation Under a Collective Agreement: Xstrata Zinc Canada’s Proactive Disability Management Team

Kevin Clement
Union Compensation Representative
United Steelworkers Local 5385

Numa Dandurand
Senior Labour Relations Coordinator
Xstrata Zinc

Carmelle Savoie
Occupational Health Nurse, Occupational Health Supervisor
Xstrata Zinc

ARTICLE XIV

Honda v. Keays and compensation for economic loss arising out of the manner of dismissal – the recent case of Merrill Lynch v. Soost

Frank R. Foran, Q.C.
Counsel
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

ARTICLE XV

The Impact of Honda v. Keays on Labour Arbitration

Paul Heisler and Randy J. Kaardal
Partner
Hunter Litigation Chambers

ARTICLE XVI

Managing Social Media

David J. Climenhaga
Communications Director
Alberta Union of Provincial Employees

ARTICLE XVII

Negotiating Duty to Accommodate Language in the Collective Agreement

Robert Kirby
Labour Relations Consultant
Halifax Regional Municipality

Andrea Gillis
Manager, Labour Relations
Halifax Regional Municipality

ARTICLE XVIII

Violence and Workplace Safety: Law and Issues

Maureen Headley
Executive Director, Labour Relations and Legal Services
Health Sciences Association of BC

ARTICLE XIX

Violence and Threats in the Workplace

Thomas A. Roper, Q.C.
Partner
Roper Greyell