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Now, if you were to come on board as a Labour Relations Manager we’d ask you to do the following for us:
- Foster and promote positive relationships internally as well as with key union halls, union leaders, and job stewards.
- Track key trend analysis of grievances.
- Interpret collective agreements.
- Lead collective bargaining, grievance, and arbitration resolution processes.
- Involved in investigations and approve unionized staff disciplinary action involving suspension and termination.
- Coordinate and facilitate labour relations related training at site level and proactively educate manager and People & Culture team on progressive union relations.
- Advise management team on all labour relations issues.
- Support and facilitate change management and communication training.
- Manage and mentor the People & Culture team and provide guidance and counsel on all labour relations matters in parallel with managing risk associated with Human Rights and Provincial Employment Standards Acts and Labour Relations Acts compliance.
Think you have what it takes to be our Labour Relations Manager? We’re committed to hiring the best talent for the role. Here’s how we’ll know you will be successful:
- Degree or Diploma in Labour Relations, Industrial Relations, or HR Management.
- A minimum of 5 years in a Labour Relations position and/or People & Culture Management position in a unionized environment.
- Demonstrated ability to make effective decisions with objective judgment.
- Excellent analytical and communication (verbal and written) skills.
- Strong planning, creative thinking, and organizational skills.
- Self-motivated and capable multitasker.
Compass Group Canada is committed to nurturing a diverse workforce representative of the communities within which we operate. We encourage and are pleased to consider all qualified candidates, without regard to race, colour, citizenship, religion, sex, marital / family status, sexual orientation, gender identity, aboriginal status, age, disability or persons who may require an accommodation, to apply.
For accommodation requests during the hiring process, please contact PeopleHub@compass-canada.com for further information.