Join Kathryn Meehan and a panel of experts as they walk through tricky situations to demonstrate how to handle discrimination and harassment complaints within law firms.
The recently passed Bill 27: Working for Workers Act, 2021 brought interesting amendments to Ontario’s Employment Standards Act, 2000, such as the prohibition of non-competition agreements, new licensing and regulatory requirements for temporary help agencies and recruiters, and the requirement for employers to implement disconnecting from work policies.
This webinar will focus on the changes to Ontario’s Employment Standards Act, 2000 as a result of Bill 27, Working for Workers Act, 2021.
Join Andrew Zabrovsky and Lucy Wu as they discuss developments in human resources law over the past year and the key trends to think about for 2022.
Moderated by Siobhan O’Brien, a panel of top legal experts will discuss some of the major employment law issues and challenges employers will face in 2022 and how they can best prepare their businesses to minimize liabilities while ensuring they continue to meet their obligations to employees.
Please note registration for this event is now closed. Overview The pandemic has changed the way people work and placed heightened obligations on employers. Throughout 2021—the first full year working under pandemic-related rules—worker protection, health and safety and the duty to accommodate have emerged as some of the most complex matters for employers. Join us…
Allegations of systemic discrimination in the workplace, and in the service industry, are becoming increasingly common—and no less complex. Allegations of this nature frequently span a lengthy period of time, involve multiple individuals and engage a number of different grounds protected by the Ontario Human Rights Code.
Please note registration for this event is now closed. Fee: Complimentary Overview Police services boards have recently been faced with a growing number of members who have been determined to be completely disabled from police work. It is important for boards to understand their obligations in terms of accommodating these members, their options with regards…
In-house counsel continue to be confronted with new challenges and changing expectations about workforce models. Join Jacqueline Luksha and Nadine Zacks as they share insights to assist in-house counsel in providing strategic and up-to-date advice on critical labour and employment law matters.
More and more labour and employment lawyers are using and relying on digital evidence. Join Tatiana Lazdins as she discusses new and emerging types of data as well as the technology available to help locate and analyze digital evidence.