Effective Date: January 1, 2003
Responsibility: Vice-President, People and Culture
In today’s competitive environment, corporations, unions and employees have a joint stake in success of the corporate enterprise. The CBC/Radio-Canada, will work with union representatives, and the employees that our unions represent so that, together we can achieve the CBC/Radio-Canada vision and corporate goals.
All CBC/Radio-Canada unionized employees.
The CBC/Radio-Canada is committed to having a positive industrial relations environment. In doing so, it will have effective communication with unions with a conscious effort to resolve issues promptly, efficiently and through consultation.
Human Resources/Industrial Relations management
Relevant Collective Agreements
- HR/Industrial Relation’s mandate is to support in establishing, managing, and maintaining the relationship between the CBC/Radio-Canada, union representatives and the employees that the CBC/Radio-Canada unions represent. HR/IR consultants will provide assistance to management as well as being available to unions representatives.
- The unions are the recognized bargaining agents of CBC/Radio-Canada employees and their officers will be treated with fairness, courtesy and respect.
- Management will be trained on Collective agreements, changes thereto and Industrial Relations matters.
- When differences between management and union representatives cannot be resolved through communication and consultation, the grievance procedure will be administered promptly and professionally.
- HR/IR will take part in the formulation of business strategies and plans affecting employees. HR/IR will be responsible for managing the process that will allow the CBC/Radio-Canada to inform union representatives of business strategies, plans and their implementation as soon as approved.