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Paul-Mulvihill-PhotoPaul Mulvihill

Senior Consultant
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Mr. Paul Mulvihill worked for Canada Post Corporation for thirty plus years, in both Union and management roles, the last twenty years in several different Labour Relations positions. He has worked at the Regional Manager and Director levels with Local, Regional and National responsibilities. Part of these roles included contract interpretation and providing advice and guidance to Senior Level Management. He is an expert in the area of Union Management Relations and has often been relied upon to resolve complex and sometimes longstanding issues between various parties.

He has developed strong leadership and teambuilding skills, having led teams of almost one hundred Labour Relations practitioners over the years. He has been involved in several rounds of negotiations with Canada Post’s largest bargaining agent, the Canadian Union of Postal Workers, with increasing levels of responsibility. Paul has in depth knowledge and experience with the grievance and arbitration process, and has presented in excess of one hundred and fifty arbitration cases himself. He has also been the employer representative at hearings in front of the Canadian Industrial Relations Board.

Paul has extensive experience in the areas of Project and Change Management, People Planning and Competency Development. He has been heavily involved in major initiatives including facility moves and closures, staffing realignments and technological changes.

Paul is a very effective instructor and communicator and has facilitated courses on issues such as Labour Relations, Arbitration Preparation & Presentation, Human Rights, Managing Attendance and Performance Management.

Mr. Mulvihill has completed the Advanced Program in Human Resource Management, Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto, the Human Resources Program at Queen’s University as well as Advanced Alternate Dispute Resolution from the University of Windsor Faculty of Law. Paul is also a member of the Human Resources Professionals Association.

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