The County of Carleton Law Association’s newly extended Ottawa Eight-Minute Employment Lawyer program is designed for all lawyers with an interest in learning about the latest in employment law, whether they practise exclusively or only occasionally in this area of law. At this year’s event, Siobhan O’Brien has written a paper and will present a session titled, “Electronic Monitoring, Privacy, and Employment Law.”
Employment law is always evolving. Every year sees a raft of new decisions from all levels of court as well as a number of legislative initiatives. At this year’s event, Elisha Jamieson-Davies will co-present a session titled, “Class Action Matters.”
Donna D’Andrea will focus on the evolving legal landscape and its impact on the hospitality industry. The session aims to equip attendees with practical knowledge, insights and strategies to effectively navigate complex employment law issues.
The landscape of pension and retirement savings has become much more complex over the years. Longer life expectancies and workplace demographics that often skew toward the more mature end of the spectrum are also complicating factors. As pension law and regulation continue to evolve, a good understanding of the legal framework, best practices and risk management is critical to successful plan administration.
The Hazardous Chemical Communications Seminar is designed and presented by the attorneys of Keller and Heckman LLP, in partnership with Hicks Morley, for manufacturers, distributors, importers and exporters, lawyers, and regulatory specialists based in the EU who export hazardous chemicals into Canada and the U.S.
The HRPA’s annual HR law conference is an invigorating gathering of human resources professionals and business leaders seeking to stay on top of changes to the HR law landscape.
The OMHRA Fall Conference will explore topics such as the impact of technology—including AI—on municipal service delivery, inclusive recruitment, connection and well-being, and change management.
Sean Reginio will be moderating a session titled, “Employment Law: Adapting to the New World of Work: Navigating Trends and Challenges,” in which panelists will explore the ever-evolving employment landscape in the post-pandemic era.
The Schedule 2 Employers Group annual industry conference gathers Schedule 2 employers from across Ontario to learn about current issues and new advancements in the fields of workers’ compensation, disability management, employee wellness, and workplace health and safety.
In this session, Glenn Christie will provide an overview of relevant case law and legislation. He will be joined by Certified Disability Management Professional Tara Beaton who will provide practical tips for managing disabilities in the workplace.