2012 Winner of the Morley Gunderson Prize in Industrial Relations

Maurice Mazerolle


Maurice Mazerolle is the Director of the Centre for Labour-Management Relations at the Ted Rogers School of Management, Ryerson University.  Past administrative portfolios held at Ryerson include Director of Research, and Associate Director of Student Affairs.   Dr. Mazerolle is an award-winning instructor and continues to teach courses in industrial relations, negotiations and conflict management, as well as organizational behaviour.  Prior to joining Ryerson he taught at York University, Wilfrid Laurier and the UofT.  His most recent research looks at ways of improving student mobility between the community college sector and the university sector.  He has done work on a variety of public policy topics such as preventing workplace injuries among young workers, economic and social correlates of re-employment following job displacement, and regulating conflict in public sector labour relations.

Dr. Mazerolle also has worked in labour relations and consulted for the St. John Construction Association, Ontario Hospital Association, Education Relations Commission of Ontario and the Canadian Labour Market and Productivity Centre.

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