Blaine Donais, B.A., LL.B., LL.M. (ADR), RPDR, C.MED, WFA. Is President and Founder or the Workplace Fairness Institute, and author of Workplaces That Work and Engaging Unionized Employees (published by Canada Law Book), and the WFI WHITE PAPER on Workplace Conflict Management in Canada, Blaine has spent many years improving working relationships in public and private sectors. He authored the Donais Fairness Theory: that Fairness Excellence can be measured and achieved in any workplace.
Blaine, a labour lawyer and member of the Law Society of Upper Canada since 1995, is an expert in both the practice and theory of assisted labour/management negotiation, mediation-arbitration and facilitation. He has the Chartered Mediator (C.MED.) designation from the ADR Institute of Canada, and is a Registered Practitioner of Dispute Resolution (RPDR) through the Canadian International Institute of Applied Negotiations (CIIAN).
Blaine trains Human Resources professionals, Labour leaders and others in Human Rights, Labour and Employment law, Human Resources, Collective Bargaining and Conflict Resolution. He is presently Adjunct Professor of Workplace Dispute Resolution at Atkinson College, York University, Toronto, and Adjunct Professor for the Centre for Industrial Relations and Human Resources at the University of Toronto.
6 Levels of Workplace Health
Click here for link…
Workplaces That Work
Engaging Unionized Employees
The Art and Science of Workplace Mediation
WFI White Paper