Hicks Morley’s Scott Williams and Victoria McCorkindale will be speaking on a panel with privacy regulator staff at the IAPP Canada Privacy Symposium, the largest annual gathering of privacy professionals.
Training & Event Type: Speaking Engagement
Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) Grand Valley: Annual Business Meeting and 2023 Legal Update
Hicks Morley’s Laura Buck will provide a legislative update regarding employment, human resources, labour and safety laws. The session will provide human resources professionals with updated knowledge regarding legislative obligations with respect to various employee entitlements.
Human Resources Professionals Association – Peel Chapter: Legal Updates 2023
Navigating uncertain times requires knowledge and understanding of current legal trends. In this half-day session, Nadine Zacks, Njeri Damali Sojourner-Campbell, Colleen Nevison and Armin Sohrevardi will discuss new legislation such as disconnecting from work and legislative changes for federally regulated employers, post-pandemic protocols such as remote work and hybrid work, and other subjects of interest including terminations, human rights and vaccine mandates.
Law Society of Ontario (LSO) 13th In-House Counsel Summit
The LSO’s annual summit is designed for in-house counsel to learn, understand and connect with their peers on important issues.
The Association of Canadian Pension Management (ACPM): DC Plan Hot Topics
Defined Contribution (DC) plan sponsors and administrators will want to be sure to attend this topical session for a look back at changes in 2022 and a look ahead to the hot topics for 2023.
Ontario Association of Fire Chiefs (OAFC): 2023 Labour Relations Seminar
In this three-day labour relations seminar, we—along with fire chiefs from across the country and renowned guest speakers—will provide insight and guidance on a wide range of labour relations issues currently impacting the fire service.
ADR Institute of Ontario: Mediating Disability Claims? What You Need To Know
The ADR Institute of Ontario’s Insurance Section Committee is presenting a panel on mediating disability claims.
Law Society of Ontario: 11th Human Rights Summit: #MeToo – Where Are We Now: How are Workplace Harassment Investigations Being Conducted?
In the Law Society of Ontario’s annual program, leading practitioners, adjudicators, and human rights workers provide updates on the year’s important developments through interactive, fast-paced, moderated panel discussions.
Ontario Municipal Human Resources Association (OMHRA) Inclusive Society and the New Employer Webinar Series: Investigating Harassment Claims and Litigating Harassment Claims
The occurrence of inappropriate conduct in the workplace can have a detrimental effect on the workplace as a whole and can lead to serious implications for municipalities and their human resources professionals.
Bill 27 Update: The Latest on Licensing and Regulatory Requirements
Ontario’s Bill 27, the Working for Workers Act, 2021, has proposed several amendments to the Employment Standards Act, 2000. Major changes include the prohibition of non-compete agreements, new licensing requirements for temporary help agencies and recruiters, and the adoption of a right-to-disconnect policy for employers with 25 or more employees.