This session focuses on investigation fundamentals. Attendees will learn the key takeaways from case law and best practices for investigating workplace incidents
In this session, attendees will apply the skills they learned during the Workplace Investigation Training Workshop: Investigation Fundamentals and Best Practices (Part 1) by taking part in an interactive investigation exercise.
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.
This session focuses on recognizing, addressing and responding to discrimination in the workplace. Discrimination in the workplace is multi-faceted (including direct, indirect, and systemic discrimination, unconscious bias, microaggressions, retaliations and reprisals, conduct by exclusion and abuse of authority). Without proper identification, discrimination cannot be appropriately addressed and combatted. This session will provide attendees with the tools necessary to identify the various types of discrimination at play in the workplace, and will provide legal and practical takeaways and best practices for responding proactively and reactively.
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.
This session focuses on investigation fundamentals. Attendees will learn the key takeaways from caselaw and the best practices for investigating workplace incidents
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.
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.
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.