Through plenary sessions, our popular “whirlwind tour” and a number of smaller workshops, our Conference will cover a wide variety of labour and education law topics relevant to Human Resources Practitioners, Directors of Education, Supervisory Officers and Trustees.
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, health and safety complaints.
Personal data makes so much possible in technology, and healthcare, and marketing, and retail, and… where does privacy fit in?
Join us at our 2019 Healthcare Conference which will cover a wide variety of topics relevant to human resources professionals within hospitals, long-term care facilities and other healthcare providers.
Canada’s increasingly diverse and older workforce composition, the growth in precarious work and rapid technological changes are posing unique challenges for administrators and trustees of pensions and benefits plans.
Now, in its 17th offering, Annual Current Issues in Employment Law is your comprehensive program for staying current in the field.
In this session, you will get a practical overview of the most pressing labour and employment issues confronting Ontario’s municipal employers. This review will include an overview of the most significant human rights and civil court cases impacting municipal employers and an assessment of recent or proposed statutory changes that municipal leaders need to know about.
Back by popular demand – our Professionalism Smorgasbord roundtable on legal ethics. The session is accredited for 1 hour of professionalism CPD and 30 minutes of EDI Professionalism CPD.
An informative case law and legal update providing vital information to OMHRA members about current legislation, case law, awards and settlements. Don’t miss this crowd favourite!
Organizations in Canada are continuing to face the implications of an aging workforce and a growing group of retirees.