|Name: Guy Beaulieu
Arbitration and Mediation Services
127 June Ave
BC V9S 4R6
|Tel: (604) 320-0556
Case Experience (Civil):
Calendar Last Updated: 26 May 17
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Employment, Maritime, Labour Relations, Disabilities, Energy Sector, First Nations, Harassment, Hospitals/Health Industry, Hospitality Industry, Transportation, Human Rights/Discrimination, Workers Compensation
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Political Studies,
University of Guelph. Also took a number of courses in the Master of Industrial Relations degree programme on a part-time basis at the University of Toronto
This has been followed by numerous shorter courses, workshops and seminars in arbitration, expedited arbitration, negotiations, labour law, and workers compensation over the past years both as a participant and an instructor.
Guy had over thirty years of labour relations experience before becoming an arbitrator/mediator; first as a union representative then later as a labour relations consultant in both Ontario and Western Canada. This experience included negotiating and administering collective agreements and advocacy at arbitration, labour board and workers compensation board hearings. As well he represented parties at harassment hearings. The consulting work also involved the participation in job evaluation studies and job evaluation arbitrations. In addition the experience has included serving as a nominee on numerous boards of arbitration (both grievance and interest) as well as for two years serving as a part-time member of the Ontario Crown Employees� Grievance Settlement Board. Employment Insurance appeals at both Board of Referees and Umpire hearings is also included in this experience.
Guy became an independent arbitrator/mediator in 2000. He has since received numerous individual arbitration or mediation appointments and been named in a number of collective agreements. As a result he has conducted numerous arbitration or mediation hearings and issued awards. In addition Guy has been appointed to investigate and report on harassment complaints.
Memberships & Affiliations:
Arbitrator on B.C. Collective Agreement Arbitration Bureau Register of Arbitrators; Member of Arbitrators Association of British Columbia; Member of British Columbia Industrial Relations Association
Practice Commenced: 2000
Rates: Fee for 1 hearing day and preparation of award approx. $2,500.00 plus expenses. Additional days are at approx. $2,500.00 per day.
Cancellation Fee: Cancellation fee: three weeks or more $250.00; two-three weeks $750.00; one-two weeks $1,250.00; one day prior or day of hearing $2,500.00
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