Pulse coaches individuals, facilitates conversations, creates meeting structure, develops leadership capacity and provides professional certification.
Resolution Pathways is dedicated to moving workplaces from a state of conflict to fairness.
A Place for Mediation
Established in 1982 in conjunction with Alternative Counselling Services, implements mediation with a culturally sensitive focus, including personal and family counselling.
Canadian Labour Congress
Canada's largest democratic and popular organization with over three million members bringing together Canada's national and international unions, the provincial and territorial federations of labour and 130 district labour councils.
“Do probationary employees have a right to grieve termination of their employment?” Case Comment 2003
“Common Law vs. Collective Bargaining Regimes”, Atkinson College, 2003
“Workplace Culture”, Atkinson College, 2003
“Sources of Workplace Conflict: cost and value of conflict and process options for dealing with conflict”, Atkinson College, 2003
“Introduction to Workplace Legislation”, Atkinson College, 2004
“Collective Bargaining In A Mediation-Arbitration Environment”, Atkinson College, 2003
“Emerging Legal Trends For Professionals”, conference paper for the Professional Employees’ Network, 2003
“A Tale of Two Workplaces: Understanding the Importance of the Workplace Clients in ADR Processes,” conference paper for the Carleton Conference on ADR, 2003
“An Introduction to the History of Employment Law,” Georgian College 2003
“Introduction to the Collective Bargaining Process, Facilitated Collective Bargaining and Mediation-Arbitration”, CIIAN, 2002
“Common Law and Collective Bargaining Regimes”, George Brown College, 2002
“Negotiating Workplace Fairness,” conference paper for the Carleton Conference on ADR, 2002
“The Hierarchy of Workplace Fairness Rights”, Osgoode Hall Law School, 2001
“Building Consensus for a Sustainable Workplace Environment”, Osgoode Hall Law School, 2001
“Lawyer as Mediator: Understanding and Debating the Restrictions Placed On Lawyers when They Act as Mediators”, Osgoode Hall Law School, 2000
“The Social Right to Workplace Fairness,” conference paper for the Osgoode Hall Law School Conference on Human Rights, 2000
“Fair Treatment in the Workplace: Academic and Practical Inquiry into Alternate Modes of Conflict Maturation into Disputes, and Development of “Fair”, Transformative Dispute Resolution Mechanisms”, 1999
“Planting the Seeds of Transformation in the Articling Student Recruitment Experience”, Osgoode Hall Law School, 1999
“Three Strikes and Human Rights is Out,” journal article for Saskatchewan Law Review, 1993
“Compelling State Action in External Disputes,” paper submitted to the Government of Canada Committee on External Relations, 1993
Redefining Marriage: The Legal Position of Common Law Relationships in Light of Section 15 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms,” Saskatchewan Law School, 1992
“State Immunity Doctrines in Charter Remedial Jurisprudence”, Saskatchewan Law School, 1993
“Worker as Citizen: The Rule of Law in the Workplace”, Saskatchewan Law School, 1992
“Due Process in the Workplace,” paper submitted to the Government of Saskatchewan Labour Relations Review Committee, 1992