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Brockville and Cornwall HRPA East Region HR Full-Day Legal Conference

The Human Resources field is in constant change. The challenge for all Human Resource Professionals is to keep pace with the emerging knowledge and techniques in order to support the management team with accurate and timely information. On October 26th Hicks Morley has partnered with the Quinte Chapter and the Northumberland and District Chapter of the Human Resource Professional Association to bring you an HR Labour and Employment Law Update.


Workplace Investigation Training

This workshop focuses on essential investigation skills required by HR Professionals who are charged with investigating workplace incidents including: workplace harassment and violence complaints, discrimination and harassment complaints under the Human Rights Code, employee misconduct such as suspected sick leave abuse or time theft, and more!

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Your First Application before the Human Rights Tribunal

Topic: Interim Steps and Summary Hearings. Overview: Are you new to, or interested in human rights law? Are you looking to brush up on the fundamentals of practice before the Human Rights Tribunal? Do not miss this practical primer on how to navigate your first application or response before the Human Rights Tribunal. With essential…

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The Human Rights Code – How to do Human Rights right

There are procedural requirements and processes required by the Human Rights Code which employers need to know when dealing with human rights complaints and requests for accommodation. The Program will provide a review of your legal obligations as an employer. There are a number of areas covered by the Code, but some of the more…


Advantage CPD: The Nuts and Bolts of Bill 148: Are You Prepared? – Toronto (Encore Session)

Bill 148 proposes sweeping changes to employment and labour laws in Ontario, creating substantial compliance obligations and potential risks for employers. Amendments to the Bill were passed in August and even more changes may occur when the House returns in September. Most of the Bill’s changes will come into effect on January 1, 2018.