Upcoming Event: Reforming B.C.’s Labour Relations Code
Monday, January 14, 2019 – REGISTER NOW – Download form from HERE!
Members from the Review Panel will discuss their ﬁndings and their key recommendations to reform the Labour Relations Code. Their report, titled ‘Recommendations for Amendments to the Labour Relations Code’ cover a wide range of topics such as:
Please join us for a memorable evening with Michael Fleming, Barry Dong, Sandra Banister, QC and Tom Roper, QC (Moderator) in Coast Coal Harbour Hotel, 1180 West Hastings Street, Vancouver.
** early-bird deadline on January 4, 2019 ($70/person) **
Updated: This dinner meeting is eligible for one hour of Continuing Professional Development credit from the Law Society of BC.
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The BC Industrial Relations Association (BCIRA) is a non-profit organization, established in 1979, and dedicated to providing a forum for open debate and the dissemination of information on current labour relations issue in British Columbia.
The BCIRA is affiliated to the Canadian Industrial Relations Association and the Industrial Relations Research Association. Members are free to participate in the meetings of these organizations in addition to the BCIRA. The Association is governed by an executive committee consisting of a President, a Vice President, a Secretary-Treasurer and between three and six Members-at-Large, selected to reflect the varied constituencies it serves.
Since its foundation, the BCIRA has been located in the Faculty of Commerce (now the Sauder School of Business) at the University of British Columbia. Our dinner functions are attended by a broad labour relations community comprised of management, unions, neutrals, government officials and academics. We look forward to seeing you at the events.
What We Do
The BCIRA includes professionals and academics in industrial relations in British Columbia. We have three dinner meetings each year, in Vancouver, BC.
At each dinner meeting we have a panel of speakers on a topic of current interest. Membership is open to all who are interested.
Who We Are
BCIRA members are a diversified group comprised of representatives from:
Private and public sector unions at both the local and provincial levels
Private and public sector LR/HR management representatives from companies and organizations including employer associations
Legal counsels representing management and labour
Academics focused on LR/HR
Please visit our Events Page here to learn more about our upcoming dinners and meetings.