James Butler

James Butler

James has 30 years' experience in the Higher Education sector having served as a full and part-time lecturer in Business at Western University, University of Saskatchewan, and the University of Windsor. He held responsibility for Human Resources/Labour Relations and several ancillary functions at the University of Windsor for 14 years and recently retired from Wilfrid Laurier University after 14 years serving as the Vice-President, Finance and Administration. Prior to his work in the PSE sector, James lead the Human Resources/ Labour Relations function at 2 national organisations in the co-operative and credit union sector. Mr. Butler currently serves as Director, Faculty Bargaining Services (FBS) affiliated with the Canadian Association of University Business Officers (CAUBO), an organisation supporting Canadian Universities in the field of Academic Labour Relations on the administration side.
 
James was educated at Western University’s Ivey School of Business and the University of Saskatchewan. He was President of CAUBO and was a Ken Clements awards recipient. He was Chair of the Council of Senior Administrative Officers of Ontario, an affiliation of the Council of Ontario Universities. He has served as a Board member on numerous not-for-profit organisations.
 

Session

James will be contributing to Plenary session 3: Developments in enterprise bargaining – Australian and Canadian perspectives on Tuesday 9 July with Stuart Andrews, Executive Director, AHEIAIan Callahan, Chief Operating Officer, Curtin University and Nancy Sullivan, Field Representative, CAUBO/FBS
 

Synopsis

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