Andrew Hall

Andrew Hall obtained his Honours Bachelor of Arts at Carleton University in Political Science, with a concentration in Political Theory in 2008. Shortly after, Andrew became a licensed paralegal with the Law Society of Ontario in 2010. Throughout university Andrew worked as a researcher for a public sector union and upon graduation he was offered a full-time position in various human resource and research roles. He left the union role for a position with a publicly traded company in the seniors housing sector and spent a few years working as a labour relations manager.

In the fall of 2011, Andrew joined Hall Labour Relations Services as a paralegal and consultant. Hall Labour represents employers in private, municipal, and public sectors primarily in the health care field in Ontario, Alberta, and British Columbia.

Andrew frequently represents employers in collective bargaining as well as interest and rights arbitrations concerning collective bargaining matters. As well, Andrew uses his practical labour relations approach to assist clients with dispute resolution, grievance handling, human rights issues, and investigating employee misconduct.

In addition to consulting, Andrew has been appointed to sit on boards of arbitration as the employer-side nominee in a number of cases. Using his experience in working with union and non-union employers, Andrew has been asked to speak at a number of programs related to labour relations and human resources.