Jun
1
to Jun 2

Canadian Association of Work and Labour Studies

3rd Annual Conference: 

Re-energizing Communities: Building Worker Solidarity and Social Justice

University of Calgary
June 1-2, 2016
As part of the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences

The Congress theme, “Energizing Communities” seeks to engage our collective interest in how communities are organized, how they respond to social change and how we build alliances with like-minded groups. In both the developed and developing worlds, “energizing communities” includes examining workers in the commodity sectors, the role of the environment within the class struggle, and how labour builds alliances with other groups, including Indigenous communities.

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Union-Management Relationships Conference
Jan
26
to Jan 27

Union-Management Relationships Conference

Changes in today's global economy have placed particular strain on Canadian labour relations. Indeed, the Government of Ontario's Changing Workplaces Review reflects a need to revisit Ontario's legislative framework to better align it with growing trends in the workplace, including the rise in precarious employment and rapid technological change.

Join us for The Canadian Institute’s conference on Union-Management Relationships to discover new and proven collaboration strategies from those who have tested their relationships while producing mutually-beneficial solutions. 

Hear from a diverse speaker faculty, including representatives from:

  • City of Barrie
  • Compass Group of Canada
  • Ford Motor Company of Canada
  • Hydro One
  • Loblaws
  • Public Services Alliance of Canada
  • Unifor
  • United Steelworkers Union

 

As a member of CIRA/ACRI you receive a 10% discount* off the regular conference fee.
To Register, Click Here or Call 1-877-927-7936.
Quote Registration Code: D10-329-329DX03

 

*CIRA/ACRI members save 10% off the conference fee at the time of registration.  Workshops and add-ons are extra. Cannot be combined with any other offer or group rates.

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