Date: 16-Apr-13 to 17-Apr-13
Location: Marriott Bloor Yorkville / Toronto / Ontario / Canada
Category: Human Rights HR & Careers Legal Services Conferences & Trade Fairs Companies

Proven Techniques for Superior Labour-Management Relations and Effective Collective Bargaining in Times of Fiscal Restraint

The cyclical turbulence in our global economy has placed additional strain on Canadian labour relations. Now more than ever, management and union representatives must find ways to work together to minimize the risks posed by strikes, and failures to negotiate collective agreements that satisfy both management and union priorities. Join us at The Canadian Institute’s Advanced Forum on Labour Relations, April 16 & 17, 2013, in Toronto, to ensure that your business productivity is not adversely affected by antagonistic negotiations.

Return to the office with the solutions you need to seamlessly manage your most pressing labour relations challenges, through timely sessions to help you:

• Identify commonalities and differences between the federal and provincial labour relations regimes to streamline and improve operational efficiencies
• Learn the underlying intent of critical new case law to manage risk
• Gain practical strategies to negotiate layoffs and mass terminations
• Understand how to remain competitive when faced with an influx of foreign workers
• Prepare for broader public sector reform
• Benchmark your labour relations programs as a proactive measure against increasing labour strife

TARGETED TRAINING! Participate in the in-depth Working Group for proven strategies to manage emerging issues that affect all labour relations stakeholders: Leveraging Trends in Industrial Relations: Learning from Recent Developments and Agreements

Register now by calling 1-877-927-7936, by fax at 1-877-927-1563 or online at

We look forward to welcoming you to the event in April!


Who Will You Meet?
• Human Resources/Industrial Relations Professionals, Executives
• Union Officers, Stewards and Representatives
• Arbitrators and Negotiators
• Vice Presidents, Directors, Managers, Advisors, Council, Analysts, Administrators, Coordinators of:
o Labour Relations
o Employee Relations
o Staff Relations
o Human Resources
o Union Relations
o Industrial Relations
o Dispute Resolution
o Human Rights
o Pensions
o Negotiations
o Collective Bargaining
o Recruitment and Retention
o Policy
o Payroll and Benefits
o Occupational Health and Safety
o Labour Lawyers
o Labour Relations and Human Resources Consultants
o Bargaining Committee Members
o Labour Associations



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