Speaking Engagement

As businesses contemplate a return to work, there are a number of questions confronting employers including employment law and Employment Standards Act requirements, health and safety obligations, and potential claims arising out of restructured workplaces. Join this expert faculty as, over the course of three weeks, they provide deep insight on how to tackle the quickly evolving legal issues facing employers today. Register now to secure your spot for this highly practical and timely program.


Given social services agencies’ mandates, employees are constantly interacting with the public and others members of the community in delivering services, support and programs. With service-based human rights tribunal applications becoming more and more common, it is increasingly necessary that organizations in this sector be able to quickly respond to such complaints should they occur – and ideally prevent claims from arising in the first place.

Speaking Engagement

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…

Speaking Engagement

Overview The legalization of cannabis for recreational use and the exponential growth of people using medicinal cannabis gives rise to challenges for employers and service providers. Our speakers will provide insights into legal developments related to medical and recreational cannabis for those working in employee benefits and human resources, including the impact of cannabis on…

Speaking Engagement

The 2018 Benefits Breakfast Club morning sessions take place between October 2018 and June 2019 from 7:30am to 11:30am.

Conference / Seminar

2018 Toronto Client Conference

April 5, 2018 - May 3, 2018

Join us as we discuss these latest legal developments and more as we present effective tips, strategies and best practices that can help your organization stay on the leading edge of human resources management.


This workshop focuses on essential investigation skills required by HR Professionals who are charged with investigating workplace incidents including: workplace harassment and violence complaints, discrimination and harassment complaints under the Human Rights Code, employee misconduct such as suspected sick leave abuse or time theft, and more!