The FBS Annual Conference brings together labour relations professionals of all levels from Canadian universities to better equip them in matters related to academic collective bargaining and contract administration.
In “The Process of Litigating Human Rights Applications in Ontario and Across the Country,” Amy Tibble will speak about the process of litigating human rights applications with a review of procedural steps, evidentiary steps, preservation of information and more.
The 2022 ACPM National Conference, “A Climate for Innovation – Exploring Sustainable Retirement” will feature comprehensive presentations with experienced speakers on a variety of issues.
Ted Kovacs and Laura Buck are presenting a labour and employment legal update to the Stratford & District Human Resources Association.
During the OMHRA 2022 Fall Conference and Annual General Meeting, participants will be encouraged to rethink and reimagine their approaches to municipal human resource management. The sessions will explore issues related to how to prepare for the future of municipalities and the future of work.
In “Social Media and the Law,” Amanda Lawrence-Patel spoke about issues that may arise with respect to social media and academic freedom.
During this annual law update, nine of Hicks Morley’s partners and associates will present topics and updates in labour and employment law and host a Q&A panel to address questions directly.
Victoria McCorkindale discusses the privacy challenges that arise through public and private sector collaborations, including who owns data that is created through the relationship, who has decision-making power over the handling of such data and which privacy laws govern.
Are you looking to move from legal advisor to organizational leader? Frank Cesario and Bonnie Roberts Jones tackle the skills and approach necessary to turn difficult conversations—with your team, clients and outside counsel—into a positive experience.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on workplaces and union-management relations. Arbitrators, unions, and employers have dealt with new and developing issues such as mandatory vaccination, testing, accommodation, protection of worker health and safety, sick pay, discipline for safety violations, leaves of absence, and many other issues.