About ADR Solutions
ADR Solutions Inc provides Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR) services to organizations who are looking for informal ways to either address conflicts in the workplace or to improve the interpersonal relationships in their organization. Our approach focuses on helping the organization and its people to develop the confidence and skills to improve the workplace environment. To do so, we are offering four services: Mediation, Collective bargaining, Organizational Development and Workplace restoration. Our services are available across Canada in both official languages.
Gabriel Bergeron, B.Ed., B.Sc.N., LL.M.
(he / him)
President / Certified Mediator (UdeS/IMAQ)
As a Human Resources Executive, Gabriel possesses a vast management experience in both the public and private sector. He holds a bachelor’s degree in education (B.Ed.), a bachelor’s degree in nursing (B.Sc.N.) and a master’s in health law (LL.M.). Gabriel is currently a Ph.D. student at Saint-Paul University. His research focuses on humanizing the process of conflict resolution in situations of discrimination.
Early on, Gabriel worked in the medical field as a registered nurse for the provincial health system as well as the Canadian Armed Forces. During his career, he also acquired a vast experience in the education field as a teacher in a School board in Quebec and a professor in various undergraduate and graduate programs. In addition to those experiences, Gabriel has been working for the past 25 years in the human resources domain developing the skills and competencies to be an effective HR Executive. More recently, he worked as a regional HR director for the federal public service and was, until recently, Head of Human Resources for one of the major Canadian Union.
For many years now, Gabriel has used his skills set to assist organizations, groups, teams and individuals improve their work environment and performance by finding effective ways to resolve their conflicts. In addition to his university studies, Gabriel is an experienced and trained mediator, negotiator, workplace investigator as well as a certified organization development specialist.
Gabriel was an active member of the Ordre des infirmières et infirmiers du Québec (OIIQ) for over 30 years, during which time he was a member of the Disciplinary Committee for 8 years. He is currently a retired member of the OIIQ, a member of the Human Resources Professional Association, a member of the ADR Institute of Ontario and a Certified Mediator of the “Institut de médiation et d’arbitrage du Québec / Université de Sherbrooke”.
Gabriel is a recipient of the Canadian Decoration (CD), the Commemorative Medal for the 125th Anniversary of Confederation and the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal. During his career in the public service, he was awarded the 2008 Leadership Award awarded by the National Managers Network of the Public Service of Canada and the Health Canada Deputy Minister’s Award of Excellence – Innovation and creativity.