Through plenary sessions, our popular “whirlwind tour” and a number of smaller workshops, our Conference will cover a wide variety of labour and education law topics relevant to Human Resources Practitioners, Directors of Education, Supervisory Officers and Trustees.
Overview Presented by Hicks Morley and the HRPA Durham Chapter Topics: Recent Employment Law and Labour Law Case Update Cannabis in the Workplace and Benefit Plan Implications ESA Update – Bill 148 and Bill 47 – What Does it Mean? Post 65 Employee Benefits Update Pay Equity Update and Maintenance Obligations Off-Duty Conduct – When…
Overview The past year has seen various developments in the jurisprudence and legislation related to pensions and employee benefits. Our knowledgeable speakers from across the country will provide an update on noteworthy cases and legislative changes, including the following: Recent and upcoming legislative changes from across Canada, including ongoing pension funding reform and the status…
Canada’s increasingly diverse and older workforce composition, the growth in precarious work and rapid technological changes are posing unique challenges for administrators and trustees of pensions and benefits plans.
Organizations in Canada are continuing to face the implications of an aging workforce and a growing group of retirees.
Overview OPSBA’s annual Education Labour Relations and Human Resources Symposium is held each April and is designed to provide professional development in the areas of labour relations and human resources to trustees, directors of education, senior human resources officials and labour relations staff.
Overview In Partnership with the HRPA, the Canadian Pension and Benefits Institute is pleased to offer the Pension Certificate Program again for the Spring 2019! Pensions and retirement savings used to be a relatively straightforward area for HR professionals. Not anymore. While still a very important element of employee compensation, the landscape of pension and…
Designed and taught by Canada’s leading pensions experts, this unique program will provide you with the key knowledge, practical strategies and guidance you need to succeed in the complex world of pensions
Join this popular annual webinar to hear about important developments in human resources law over the past year, and the key trends to think about for 2019. Topics will include an update on: bargaining trends in the LTC sector; managing the workplace consequences of the legalization of cannabis; the labour and employment impacts of the Making Ontario Open for Business Act, 2018; the impacts of the Police Record Checks Reform Act, 2015 on employers; and more!
Overview: Whether you are a seasoned professional or new to the business earn 35 CE credits AND your BPHA designation. The BPHA program provides a practical working knowledge of the benefits field, plus up to date information on the challenges, complexities and latest trends in the benefits and private health care sector.