Advanced Education, Skills and Labour
January 31, 2019

Provincial Government Announces Appointment to Labour Relations Board

The Honourable Bernard Davis, Minister of Advanced Education, Skills and Labour, today announced the appointment of Roseanne Saturley to the Labour Relations Board as a Regular Member (Employer Representative). Biographical information is provided in the backgrounder below.

The Labour Relations Board is an independent, quasi-judicial body which contributes to and promotes harmonious labour relations in Newfoundland and Labrador by adjudicating and mediating a variety of employment and labour relations matters.

This appointment was recommended though the merit-based Independent Appointments Commission. Members of the public interested in opportunities to serve on provincial agencies, boards and commissions are encouraged to complete an application at external link icon.

“Roseanne Saturley’s qualifications and experience will help ensure the Labour Relations Board continues to support harmonious labour relations throughout Newfoundland and Labrador. It is my pleasure to appoint her to the position of Regular Member with the board.”
Honourable Bernard Davis
Minister of Advanced Education, Skills and Labour

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Ryan Crocker
Advanced Education, Skills and Labour
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Biography of Roseanne Saturley
Roseanne Saturley was first appointed to the Labour Relations Board as an Alternate Member (Employer Representative) in March 2017. Ms. Saturley has experience in entrepreneurship, human resources, education, and the arts. Her career has included serving as Human Resources Officer, Compensation and Training, with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation as well as Manager, Human Resources, with College of the North Atlantic. Among her educational credentials are an Undergraduate Degree in English/Sociology/Business from Memorial University of Newfoundland and relevant programs from the University of Windsor, Dalhousie University, and Queen’s University.

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