Butler Workplace Solutions

Associates

Carol Beisel

Carol Beisel
Carol Beisel

Carol Beisel is a highly experienced labour relations and operations executive with a proven ability to successfully analyze an organization’s critical business requirements, and identify concerns and opportunities in order to develop innovative and cost effective solutions. Carol has over 25 years of experience in labour relations, collective bargaining, and operational effectiveness in both the public and private sectors. Carol held a variety of senior positions at both TELUS and CanWest (Global Television). She left her position as Vice President at CanWest in 2010 and became a consultant. In her practice she assists private companies and public agencies with workplace investigations/assessments, labour relations, collective bargaining and business strategy. Carol graduated from the University of Western Ontario with a Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics and from Simon Fraser University with a Master of Business Administration. She has also completed extensive training throughout her career in leadership, labour relations, and mediation.

Kyra Hudson

Kyra Hudson
Kyra Hudson

Kyra Hudson is a lawyer, mediator, investigator, facilitator and trainer who is committed to providing effective workplace solutions in all types of organizations. Kyra’s specialty focuses on workplace mediation and investigations. Kyra began her career with more than ten years of senior operational management experience. She attended Law School at the University of British Columbia and first practiced as a litigator before focusing her legal career on collaborative dispute resolution. Kyra believes that workplace conflict is well suited for a collaborative approach and enjoys working with clients to provide practical resolutions. As a mediator, she has conducted 100s of mediations and also works as a BC Provincial Court Civil Mediator. She is a member of Mediate BC’s Civil Roster.

Nicole Price

Nicole Price
Nicole Price

Nicole Price is a lawyer, investigator, and trainer who provides practical advice to prevent and resolve workplace conflict. She obtained a degree in Psychology in her hometown of Windsor, Ontario and received her Law degree from the University of British Columbia. She articled with a national law firm and joined its Labour and Employment Group as an associate. Her interest in Organizational Behaviour and her desire for first-hand exposure to business operations prompted her move to in-house Employee Relations, where she gained in-depth experience in Respectful Workplace investigations, policy and training development, and delivery, in both the private and public sectors. Nicole has worked collaboratively with unions to overcome many workplace obstacles, applying skills acquired through countless negotiations, mediation training, and in her role chairing a joint management-union Duty to Accommodate Committee. She is able to build rapport and trust at all levels of an organization while maintaining objectivity. Nicole also has a strong interest in workplace safety and has expertise in Just Culture, an approach that uses in-depth investigations to understand organizational influences and human behaviour. Nicole believes positive employee relations and a safe and respectful workplace are critical for employee engagement and business success.

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