Workplace violence is a growing concern in the healthcare sector, and organizations need to ensure that they act quickly and proactively to address violent incidents and protect workers from harm. In order to do so, it is important to remain on top of legislative requirements and best practices, so as to ensure compliance with your legal obligations, maintain control of the situation and minimize potential harms. In this webinar, you will be updated on the latest case law, legal requirements and best practices to equip you with the information you need to deal with incidents of workplace violence.
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Don’t let rogue employees steal your firm’s reputation – Dealing with Data Breaches and Online Bashing.
There’s no such thing as “textbook” accommodation. Whether your employee has a challenging physical or mental disability that impacts their ability to do the job, childcare problems that interfere with their performance, faith-related obligations or is in the process of transitioning, how you respond to that individual’s request – or don’t – can mean significant liability for your organization. Are you prepared?
Overview Organizations and cyber-insureds are reckoning with a recently enacted mandatory breach notification requirement. Join lawyer and breach coach Jordan Simon from Hicks Morley in a session that explores the notification requirement and how it relates to sound incident response practice. What’s the threshold for reporting? How soon should reports be made? What should be…
Shivani will discuss effective strategies to respond to current issues arising in the workplace including the legalization of cannabis as well as the development and implementation of both whistle blower policies and codes of conduct. Shivani will touch on the implications of medical marijuana in workplaces generally, addressing the duties of employers to accommodate its use while ensuring a safe working environment.
ost-secondary institutions are meant to be safe spaces with the mission to educate students and engage the community in critical thought and discussion. They need to do more to create environments where all students are safe from violence. They need to do more to support the survivors when they come forward. And, they need to engage the community at large on creating a culture of consent.
Intended for senior-level (director and up) student affairs professionals, this institute covers a wide range of legal and policy issues that we encounter on a regular basis. The three-day institute will cover the legal environment in higher education in Canada, applicable human rights law, and laws and conduct policies with respect to students and student groups.
This one-day conference packs a punch with insights from Toronto’s top legal experts. Let them guide you in developing strategies that go above and beyond to protect employers and staff from legal pitfalls.
This session was a “hit” at a recent Ontario Municipal Human Resources Association event and John has been asked to bring his insight and perspective for a CAO audience regarding the 1997 Public Sector Labour Relations Transitions Act – and its context with respect to what’s happening in 2019.