Managing Employee & Labour Relations in the BC Public Service
Positive employee-employer relations are vital to the well-being and success of the BC Public Service.
As a manager or supervisor in the BC Public Service, it is important that you understand the processes and procedures used to manage relationships with, and between, employees -- this is known as employee relations.
Additionally, the process for managing these relationships for people covered by collective agreements is known as labour relations.
There are a variety of tools and resources to manage relationships and work through problems with your employees.
Employment Conditions & Agreements
Find out how legislation, policies, values, conditions of employment and union collective agreements govern employment in the BC Public Service:
- Employment Conditions & Agreements
Managing Employee Records
Learn how to manage your employee personnel files:
Managing Relationships With Employees
Learn about setting expectations for your employees and what to do when expectations are not met:
Managing Problems With an Employee
Discover how to manage employee conduct in the workplace:
- Managing Problems With an Employee
Managing Employee Health Issues at Work
Find out how to engage and support employees who have health conditions that impact their work:
Managing Mental Health Issues at Work
Promote positive mental health and get support for dealing with employees' mental health issues:
Managing Auxiliary Employees
Learn about managing auxiliary employee processes:
Managing Employees in a Unionized Environment
Understand what it means to manage unionized employees:
Leading People in the Workplace
Learn how to develop your leadership skills:
Get emergency support or learn what to do if you or one of your employees suffers a loss:
Tools, Resources & Support for Supervisors
Discover the many helpful resources available: