Grievance Handling – North BC

Saturday October 29, 2022 - Sunday October 30, 2022

9AM - 4:30PM

Facilitator: Varinder Johal

Location: In person, TBD

This training is a must for stewards and other workplace representatives, or members who want to use the acquired knowledge and skills to solve problems in the workplace.

You will find out what the law says about grievances, grievors and their representatives, and the protections built in for those who choose to use the grievance procedure to solve problems.

You will develop grievance-handling and problem-solving skills through “hands-on” exercises on gathering facts, analyzing a problem, drafting grievance wording, building a complete file, framing the arguments and presenting the case to the employer.

You will work on case studies based on actual grievances and, in the process, improve your knowledge of case law.

Apply for this course below. Application deadline October 14 2022.

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Personal, not employer email please
or your home phone number if no cell

Workplace information

if you're working remotely due to Covid, enter your usual or pre-pandemic workplace

Loss of salary and materials


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