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Mr. Gary Dobbie

Wrong Gary Dobbie?

Employment History

  • Vice President of Compensation and Benefits
    Royal Bank of Canada
  • Senior Vice President of Human Resources
    Royal Bank of Canada
  • Senior Vice President Compensation and Benefits
    Royal Bank of Canada
  • Vice President
    Royal Bank
  • Vice President of Compensation and Benefits
    Royal Bank
  • Senior Vice President of Human Resources
    Royal Bank
11 Total References
Web References
Fort Frances Times Online -- Daily News from Fort Frances and Beyond --, 29 July 2004 [cached]
Workload is something that managers should be aware of, and when employees have worked excessively hard on a project, they should be given time off to recover, said Gary Dobbie, senior vice-president of human resources at Royal Bank of Canada.
The bank encourages employees to take their vacation time and brings in experts to conduct stress management seminars as part of its overall human resources approach, Dobbie said.
The bank's disability claims have actually gone down, he said.
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NATIONAL POST, 22 Oct 2002 [cached]
Gary Dobbie, Royal Bank's vice-president of compensation and benefits, says workers may be considered employees if the business: provides the premises where work is done; or the tools or equipment for the work; or exercises direction or control over the individual.
Employers and contractors should have a written contract with an indemnity clause stating the employer will be reimbursed for any penalties or liabilities arising from an improperly structured agreement.
Following some key elements can help you avoid problems:
- Contractors should provide invoices calculated on the basis of production or time spent, rather than a pre-determined flat rate;
Media Article – When Golden Years Mean A Job, 9 May 2006 [cached]
Programs such as phased retirement have contributed to the Royal Bank's success with older workers, but Gary Dobbie, Royal Bank senior vice-president of human resources, says retaining older workers is simply an added benefit to being an employer of choice.
"We don't need to bribe people to come to work," Mr. Dobbie says.
Compensation Management for Senior Officers and Directors, 6 Sept 2004 [cached]
W. Gary Dobbie, Vice-President, Compensation & Benefits, Royal Bank of Canada
says Gary Dobbie, senior ..., 19 Jan 2007 [cached]
says Gary Dobbie, senior vice-president of compensation, benefits and employee relations at the Royal Bank of Canada in Toronto.
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