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Queen’s IRC response to COVID-19

Queen’s IRC response to COVID-19

We hope that you and your colleagues are staying safe during this pandemic. We are grateful for the essential staff in our community who have been working on the front lines to keep us safe, fed and healthy during this time. Given the current Covid-19 situation, we have cancelled some programs and adjusted our fall 2020 program lineup.

Program Planner

Queen’s IRC Spring 2019-Spring 2020 Program Planner

We are pleased to announce our Spring 2019-Spring 2020 Program Planner is ready to be downloaded. It details all of our foundational and advanced programs and our certificate series. Download our Spring 2019-Spring 2020 Program Planner now! What’s inside: Program dates, locations and fees Detailed description of our entire program lineup The Human Resources & …

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Paul Juniper

Announcement: Retirement of Paul Juniper

It is with mixed emotions that we announce that Paul Juniper has decided to retire after more than 10 years as the Director of the Queen's University Industrial Relations Centre (Queen’s IRC). Paul became the sixth Director of Queen’s IRC in 2006. During his time as Director, Paul expanded the IRC’s professional development programs to cities across Canada and internationally. He introduced a number of new human resources and labour relations programs, and conducted research into the state of the HR profession.

Program Planner

Queen’s IRC Spring 2018-Spring 2019 Program Planner

We are pleased to announce our Spring 2018-Spring 2019 Program Planner is ready to be downloaded. It details all of our foundational and advanced programs and our certificate series. Download our Spring 2018-Spring 2019 Program Planner now! What’s inside: Program dates, locations and fees Detailed description of our entire program lineup The Human Resources & …

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80th Anniversary Contest

80 years. 8 winners. 8000 in prizes.

To celebrate 80 years of offering transformative professional programs at Queen's IRC, we are giving away $8,000 in prizes! Enter our draw for the chance to win $1,000 off your next Queen's IRC professional development program! Details: A total of eight (8) $1000 gift cards will be given away – total prizes worth $8000. Gift cards may be combined with early-bird discounts, group discounts or other special promotions. Draw is open until December 31, 2017.

Professional Development Awareness Survey 2016

Professional Development Awareness Survey 2016

The Queen's IRC Sales and Marketing team is conducting a survey in an effort to better understand the professional development needs of HR and LR professionals. This survey should take approximately 10 minutes to complete. For your time, you will be eligible to enter a draw for one of six $50 Starbucks or Tim Hortons gift cards. Your feedback is very important to us. We thank you in advance for taking the time to complete the survey. >> Complete Survey

Managing Emotional Reactions to Organizational Change

Top 5 Queen’s IRC Articles from 2015

Here are the most popular articles Queen's IRC released in 2015. 1. Managing Emotional Reactions to Organizational Change. 2. Workplace Bullying and Harassment: Costly Conduct. 3. An Inquiry into the State of HR in Canada in 2013: Executive Summary. 4. The Tough Work of Managing Change. 5. Human Rights and Human Wrongs: Our Continuing Need to Teach

Dr. Don Wood

Don Wood Lecture Series

Dr. Don Wood was the Director of the Queen’s Industrial Relations Centre (IRC) from 1960 to 1985. The W. Donald Wood Visiting Lectureship was established in 1987 by many of Don’s friends to honour his dedication to building the IRC. The IRC is internationally recognized for its outstanding research and continuing education programs, and for his many contributions to the wider industrial relations community in Canada and abroad. The Don Wood Visiting Lectureship brings to Queen’s University each year “a distinguished individual who has made an important contribution to industrial relations in Canada, or in other countries.

Building Trust in the Workplace

Top 5 Queen’s IRC Articles from 2014

Here are the most popular articles Queen's IRC released in 2014. 1. 5 Steps to Build Trust and Change the Culture in an Organization; 2. Building Trust in the Workplace Recognizing Employee Engagement in the Workplace; 3. Building Trust in the Workplace The Head-Down Theory: How Unfairness Affects Employee Engagement; 4. The Need for Lean HR: Reinvent or RIP HR; 5. Strategic Grievance Management in Today’s Unionized Environment

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