The 2022 OASIS Conference will be a hybrid model with options available for virtual and in-person attendance. As Ontario’s pre-eminent event for senior executives in this
service sector, the conference brings together the province’s leading organizations and will include a wide range of plenary sessions and workshops.
This one-day interactive workshop focuses on fundamental legal principles relating to attendance management and will provide tips on drafting a successful attendance management plan.
Overview Keeping up to date on the law to ensure that your organization is in compliance with legislation and precedent setting decisions may seem daunting. This session will help you navigate the increasingly complex legal framework that HR Professionals work in, addressing some key challenges agencies are facing including collective bargaining; integrated community based service…
Overview The Human Resources field is in constant change. The challenge for all Human Resource Professionals is to keep pace with the emerging knowledge and techniques in order to support the management team with accurate and timely information. Hicks Morley has partnered with the Brockville & District HRPA Chapter of the Human Resource Professional Association…
Topics Case Law Update The New WSIB Chronic Mental Stress Policy Legalization of Cannabis When Good Employees go Bad Harassment: What it is, What it is Not Social Media: Policy Best Practices, Misconduct and Litigation Evidence Accommodation Hot Topics: Medical Marijuana, Addictions and Service Animals
There’s no such thing as “textbook” accommodation. Whether your employee has a challenging physical or mental disability that impacts their ability to do the job, childcare problems that interfere with their performance, faith-related obligations or is in the process of transitioning, how you respond to that individual’s request – or don’t – can mean significant liability for your organization. Are you prepared?
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.
The Human Resources field is in constant change. The challenge for all Human Resource Professionals is to keep pace with the emerging knowledge and techniques in order to support the management team with accurate and timely information. On October 26th Hicks Morley has partnered with the Quinte Chapter and the Northumberland and District Chapter of the Human Resource Professional Association to bring you an HR Labour and Employment Law Update.
Seasoned counsel will review the year’s most important cases and legislative developments, and flag significant litigation and legislative reform on the horizon.
The workplace has always been a fertile ground for emerging privacy and access issues. Striking the right balance between employer and employee rights, as well as privacy and security, has become an increasingly complex exercise. This panel will focus on emerging employment issues, including developments in the role that arbitrators are playing in applying (or challenging) enforcement of privacy standards; employee surveillance, workplace investigations and drug and alcohol testing; as well as the privacy and access challenges of implementing a BYOD program.
Bill 148 proposes sweeping changes to employment and labour laws in Ontario, creating substantial compliance obligations and potential risks for employers. Amendments to the Bill were passed in August and even more changes may occur when the House returns in September. Most of the Bill’s changes will come into effect on January 1, 2018.
Conference Kingston & the 1000 Islands Legal Conference Topic Workplace Investigations
Please join us for an update on key issues that impact social services organizations in Ontario, and a discussion of the latest legal developments and emerging trends. We will take a whirlwind look at a number of issues affecting your workplace and provide you with the practical tools…
Topic: Legal Topics Impacting Non-Profits Overview: This presentation will cover emerging topics in labour and employment law that will mean the difference between surviving to thriving for organizations responding to such issues.
Change is a constant in the human resources world: ongoing developments in the law, whether through new legislation or the courts, and the rapid evolution of best practices create a fast-paced learning environment for human resources professionals.
Topic: What Does the Labour Landscape Hold in Store for 2016 and Beyond?
Topic “Developments in Current Family-Status Cases and Decisions”
Topic “Testifying as a Witness – Tips to Boost Your Credibility and Your Case”
Topic: Developmental Service Advisory Group Update Agenda: Developmental Service Advisory Group (DSAG) WSIB Changes Pay Equity Update, including Survey Results PSHSA / DS Sector Project Update MOL Blitz & Project Results Pension Survey Results Collective Bargaining 2017
“The Supreme Court’s Decision on the Right to Strike: The practical implications”
Topic Workplace Mental Health: Issues Agenda
“Current Decisions and Upcoming Issues: Major case law and legislative roundup”
Stay on the leading edge of Human Resources change Change is a constant in the human resources world – with new laws and court decisions and the evolution of best practices. Employers must take the lead in responding to these emerging challenges – and Hicks Morley is pleased to be your partner in navigating this…
Topic Navigating the Hurdles: a Legal Prospective
Agenda The Human Resources field is in constant change. The challenge for all Human Resource Professionals is to keep pace with the emerging knowledge and techniques in order to support the management team with accurate and timely information. On October 8th Hicks Morley has partnered with the Quinte Chapter and the Northumberland and District Chapter…
Topic Frustration of Contracts
Roundtable on Investigations
Topic Reporting Non-Worker Injuries: The Divisional Court ruling in Blue Mountain
Topic The Legal Perspective on Insider Threats
Position Your Organization Ahead of the Field in Human Resources Since the founding of Hicks Morley in 1972, tremendous changes in the legal, social and technology landscape have affected the way employers in Canada manage their workplaces. Now more than ever, employers must take the lead and respond to the countless new and different challenges…
Topic What’s New,What’s Hot,In Labour and Employment Law
Topic Legal Rights & Responses to Certification Drives