In light of all of the concerns and developments currently facing us as a society, there are many rapidly evolving issues for employers. Health, safety and privacy concerns continue to evolve daily and, in some cases need to be looked at in the context of a remote workplace. At the same time, there are changes…
A lot can change in a week. With a view to containing the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a flurry of announcements at the provincial and federal levels, including a Declared Emergency by the Ontario Government. From the mandatory closure of certain facilities, to the waiving of the waiting period for Employment Insurance (EI) sickness…
Every industry has been impacted by the novel coronavirus pandemic, especially the not-for-profit industry. This has left many employers, employees, event/meeting planners, and delegates with questions – and we would like to help.
As the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Canada continues to rise, so too are the challenges that employers are facing across the country. In this one-hour webinar, our presenters answer frequently asked questions and provide information on some of the key issues affecting employers with respect to the virus, including: What are the…
Topics include: Labour Relations 101 Workshop, Labour Relations 201 – Mock Arbitration, Urban Breakout Session, Suburban/Rural Breakout Session, Bargaining Update, The Fire Chief’s Survival Guide, Legal Update – Top 10 Legal Challenges of the Year, Fireside Chat: “Ask the Arbitrator”, Attendance Management, Accommodation of Pregnant Fire Fighters.
Student complaints of faculty misconduct are a rare event at many colleges. However, the means by which these complaints are investigated, managed and dealt with when they do arise are drawing increased scrutiny from the institution, the public and decision-makers. Join us for a webinar on the latest legal developments and best practices for addressing complaints in the college sector.
Lawyers practicing workers’ compensation law are presented with unique ethical and professional dilemmas. What are the tactics and strategies lawyers should use to make a persuasive case within the ethical bounds of the practice of law? What ethical and professional considerations do WSIAT Adjudicators expect during a hearing, especially when it involves self-represented parties? Join our stellar faculty in their roundtable discussion about the influence of ethics in their practice, argument and interpretation of the law from the moment they obtain the claim file to closing arguments at WSIAT.
Change is a constant in the human resources world, particularly for Ontario’s school boards. Ongoing developments in the law, whether through new legislation, arbitrations or the courts, and the rapid evolution of best practices create a fast-paced learning environment for human resources professionals, directors of education, supervisory officers and trustees.
Receive valuable information and guidance from Hicks Morley, Canada’s leading law firm which devotes its practice exclusively to representing employers on human resources law and advocacy issues.
Balancing the rights and interests of students versus those of faculty members in an ever changing human rights landscape is a day-to-day challenge for every university. Join us for a webinar on the latest legal developments and best practices.