Talissa Mohamed is a graduate of the Canadian and American Dual JD program between the University of Windsor and the University of Detroit Mercy. Prior to attending law school, she received her Honours Bachelor of Arts in political science from the University of Toronto Mississauga.
Erica Berry is a graduate of the University of Toronto Faculty of Law. Before attending law school, Erica graduated from Western University with a degree in political science and philosophy, and attended graduate school at the London School of Economics, receiving a master’s degree in political theory.
Zachary Demers is a graduate of Western University’s Faculty of Law. Prior to attending law school, Zachary graduated with high distinction from the University of Toronto as a double major in criminology and philosophy.
Lukas Furlan received his Juris Doctor from Queen’s University. Prior to law school, he earned his Honours Bachelor of Arts from Queen’s University, where he majored in political science and graduated with distinction. After his undergraduate degree, Lukas worked in a variety of roles for a Toronto home services start-up, which sparked his interest in labour and employment law.
This session focuses on investigation fundamentals. Attendees will learn the key takeaways from case law and best practices for investigating workplace incidents
Please note registration for this event is now closed. Fee: Complimentary Hicks Morley, a leading Canadian law firm focusing on management-side human resources law and advocacy, invites BLSA members to join us on July 20 at 5:00 p.m. to learn more about our intensive skill-building student program and advocacy work opportunities. This informal and interactive…
Managing WSIB claims has become increasingly complex. Many issues are impacting employers’ WSIB costs, including unsuccessful return-to-work efforts, complicated injuries, psychological conditions, pre-existing conditions and a lack of monitoring and progress. In this workshop, attendees will learn proactive and effective strategies to manage some of the most common and difficult issues that arise in WSIB claims, with a view to mitigating their costs and reducing their risks.
For human resources professionals tasked with maintaining workplace labour relations, navigating an organization’s grievance and arbitration process can present unique challenges—particularly if you aren’t yet familiar with key aspects and strategic considerations along the way.
This hands-on workshop has been designed to equip both new and more experienced members of your labour relations team with the skills necessary to prepare a case for grievance arbitration.
WSIB claims for mental stress conditions pose unique challenges for employers. Join us as we discuss best practices for effectively managing mental stress claims, with a view to mitigating costs and working toward successful resolution of claims in the workplace.
Employee absenteeism is one of the most challenging issues an employer faces. From administering an attendance management plan, to dealing with chronic absenteeism, to terminating an employee’s employment for failure to report to work, employers are often treading cautiously so as not to infringe on an employee’s privacy or human rights.