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Labour Community Services of Peel Inc

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Description & Services
Description Labour group * provides information and assistance to individuals on employment related issues * trains and provides ongoing development and support to volunteer referral agents/peer to peer counsellors in the workplace

Help Centre Program - provides information, intervention or appeals on behalf of workers * conducts education in these matters for groups * attempts resolution of difficulties through mediation and representation with Employment Insurance, Workplace Safety and Insurance Board, Canada Pension, Human Rights and Employment Rights

Community Development Program - assists volunteer groups within the labour community form boards and committees * teaches appropriate skills for management of services * provides ongoing support and consultations as requested

Peer To Peer Training Program - trains workers to assist each other in the workplace with personal problems * ensures workers and their families are linked to community services

Labour Services Program - provides liaison services between the United Way and the labour community * raises awareness and support for the United Way and labour's profile regarding social issues

Know Your Rights At Work Training – offers workshops to the community at large to help workers understand their rights at work including employment rights, human rights and health and safety
Hours Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
Areas Served Dufferin County ; Halton Region ; Peel Region
Eligibility Youth, Adults, Seniors
Fees None
Languages English ; Can provide some translation services
Contact Information
Address & Map
10 Gillingham Drive, Suite 213
Brampton, ON
Canada L5T 2J8
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Intersection Main St. N. and Bovaird Dr. W.
Accessibility Fully Accessible
Office Phone 905-696-7444
Fax 905-696-7999
Primary Executive Susan Mortimer, Executive Director, Labour Community Services of Peel; Email:
Other Details
Print Material Know Your Rights at Work
Funding United Way ; Foundation - Ontario Trillium Foundation
Service Level (50) Non Profit
Subjects Advocacy ; Appeals ; Conflict resolution ; Employee assistance ; Employment standards ; Information and referral ; Labour organizations ; Labour relations ; Social assistance ; Unemployment insurance ; Volunteer management ; Workers compensation

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