The HR Consulting and Systems program modernizes the HR Business through implementation of initiatives outlined in the Human Resources Information Technology five-year roadmap, as well as through the provision of both labour relations and classification consultation.
The HR Business and Analytics team supports strategic decision-making in the organization through HR data management and reporting. The Total Compensation team manages the internal classification system as outlined in collective agreements, leads pension and benefit policy development and monitors the external environment through market competitiveness studies.
Labour Relations works collaboratively with management to resolve workplace disputes in a manner that is consistent with the Working Relationship Agreement and delivers Supervisor 101 training, to assist leaders with optimizing employee and team performance.
Service standards include maximizing the use of technology, HR data and the availability of systems to support strategic decision-making and the effective delivery of HR programs and processes.
It also includes the negotiation, application and governance of Collective Agreement articles and the Management Administrative Guidelines. In addition, consultation and support is provided to management on employment, compensation and classification-related matters.
Given the organization’s commitment to the Working Relationship Agreement, this program requires its employees to be ambassadors for collaborative union/management relationships and interest-based problem solving.