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2021 Due Diligence Guide

The first half of 2021 has been transformative for HR and employment law in Canada. New regulations have taken effect regarding workplace safety, temporary layoffs, right to disconnect, privacy, and COVID-leave to name just a few.

What’s more, the courts, although frustrated by COVID restrictions, have been busy establishing precedence when it comes to worker’s harassment complaints, terminations, and severance packages.

As an HR professional, you know how critical it is that you do your due diligence and stay complaint with not only the legislation, but case law as well.

Download this report and you’ll get:

  • Summaries of all the legislation passed this year by jurisdiction and topic for easy review
  • Case summaries of critical precedence by jurisdiction, how it impacts you in HR, and what you need to do to mitigate any risk to your organization
  • Access to policies and programs to implement in your organization as a result of these legislative changes and cases to guarantee your compliance
  • More

How confident are you that you could prove your due diligence if you were facing a constructive dismissal case? What about if you were facing a wrongful termination case due to lapsed notification deadlines for an employee on a temporary layoff?

Non-compliance is expensive, not only with fines, but legal costs and payouts can be crippling.