Elizabeth Vosburgh has a significant background in labour relations and is currently assisting organizations with labour relations and human resources challenges, as well coaching for Queen’s IRC since 2019.
She has been involved in all aspects of labour relations, from the internal grievance process to arbitration, and was a member of the provincial bargaining team representing Ontario Hospitals for clerical and service staff. Elizabeth has represented her organization at a number of tribunals and arbitrations.
Elizabeth has led complicated negotiations, restructuring, professional practice, complex return to work, accommodation, occupational health and safety, as well as workplace restoration in numerous organizations.
Elizabeth’s passion for strengthening labour relations and human resources practices is informed by her experiences working in both managerial and c-suite roles. As a coach and facilitator, Elizabeth has been able to assist organizations with workforce assessments and is also known for her work with complex workplace restoration.
Elizabeth is passionate about her work and is a sought after advisor to senior leadership teams. As a Certified Human Resources Executive with the Human Resources Professional Association, a Registered Nurse with the College of Nurses of Ontario and a Certified Health Executive, Elizabeth applies both her practical experience along with theory to help individuals and organizations build culturally sound labour relations and human resources programs. Elizabeth has led several programs helping organizations better understand their role in Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging and tying DEI into the organizational culture including labour relations and human resources practices.