Was the Vice President of Human Resources of the British Columbia Automobile Association (BCAA) just concluded negotiations on the first collective agreements for two separate units in collective bargaining with the union organization, representing about 25 percent of the workforce BCAA. BCAA management wanted to find a way to bring its unionized employees in line, while still finding the exercise with the greatest cultural change in society centuries long history. They wondered how best to proceed. The cas … Read more »

Was the Vice President of Human Resources of the British Columbia Automobile Association (BCAA) just concluded negotiations on the first collective agreements for two separate units in collective bargaining with the union organization, representing about 25 percent of the workforce BCAA. BCAA management wanted to find a way to bring its unionized employees in line, while still finding the exercise with the greatest cultural change in society centuries long history. They wondered how best to proceed. The case serves as a vehicle for discussion of how companies manage labor relations post-strike while you try to implement strategic changes.
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Charlene Zietsma,
Ken Mark
Source: Ivey Publishing
10 pages.
Release Date: 6 November 2006. Prod #: 906M85-PDF-ENG
British Columbia Automobile Association: Postal strike and look into the future HBR case solution

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