Butler Workplace Solutions

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Paula Butler 604.782.0373 • pbutler@butlerworkplacesolutions.com

Paula Butler
Paula Butler

Paula Butler has practiced labour and employment law in British Columbia since 1996.  Ms. Butler’s experience spans the public and private sectors in both union and non-union environments. She is a highly regarded neutral third party who can resolve disputes in a confidential manner, even in the most hostile work environments. Ms. Butler is well known for her high quality one-on-one support to employers and their employees, and provides innovative, practical solutions related to mediation & arbitration, workplace investigations, resolution & prevention, conflict resolution, and labour relations. Ms. Butler is a sought-after policy advisor, workplace assessor and facilitator / trainer. Specific highlights of Paula Butler’s legal career include being:

Ms. Butler graduated from the University of Victoria Law School in 1989. She was called to the British Columbia Bar in 1990. She is a member of the Law Society of B.C. and was a member of the B.C. Labour Relations Board from 2001 to 2006.

Nicole Price 604.355.5467 • nprice@butlerworkplacesolutions.com

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 workplace investigations, policy and training development and delivery, in both the private and public sectors. Nicole Price 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. As an independent investigator, Ms. Price has performed over 80 workplace investigations with respect to harassment, discrimination and general workplace misconduct. Her clients include crown corporations, educational institutions, non-profit organizations, unions, municipal governments and private companies. Nicole Price has completed specialised training with respect to investigating sexual misconduct, including trauma-informed training.

Muriel Henry

Muriel Henry
Muriel Henry

Muriel Henry is an experienced labour and employment lawyer, investigator, and trainer who has consistently focused throughout her career on practical and respectful resolution of workplace disputes. She has advised and represented diverse clients in all areas of workplace law. Muriel attained her LL. B. from the University of British Columbia and was called to the British Columbia Bar in 2002. She practiced first with a national law firm and then as a founding member of a Vancouver labour and employment boutique firm. Ms. Henry moved to an in-house counsel role with Canada Post Corporation which provided an opportunity to develop positive collaborative relationships at all levels of the organization and with numerous unions. Her proven ability to resolve workplace disputes and manage legal risk led to her promotion to a senior managing counsel role, responsible for all legal work in Western Canada. Most recently, Ms. Henry has practiced in the provincial public sector, as a lawyer with the Legal Services Branch of the Ministry of Attorney General. In all of her roles, she has been frequently involved in workplace investigations, including advising on process and recommended outcomes. Ms. Henry has completed specialized training in leadership, coaching and advocacy, and has delivered training in all areas of labour and human rights law and in labour relations and arbitration skills.

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. Ms. Hudson’s specialty focuses on workplace mediation and investigations. She 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 Hudson 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 B.C. Provincial Court Civil Mediator. She is a member of Mediate B.C.’s Civil Roster.

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