The issue of workplace accommodation continues to pose challenges for employers. Given that a failure to accommodate can result in significant liabilities for an employer, a common concern of employers is how to determine the extent to which an employee must be accommodated. In this webinar, we will discuss key issues relating to the duty to accommodate.
An issue that employers frequently grapple with, particularly in today's gig economy, is that of worker status. Misclassifying a worker can have significant legal consequences for employers.
Join James D. Kondopulos of the Vancouver-based employment and labour law boutique of Roper Greyell LLP as he reviews key recent decisions and must-knows for HR professionals.
With workplace safety top of mind for most employers, Chuck Smith, President of NewHire, will show you how to make safety a priority in your recruiting process.
The use of “medical marijuana” is on the rise and the Trudeau election promise of “legalizing marijuana” is underway. This seminar will help HR and OHS managers understand and manage the many workplace legal risks associated with marijuana and other substances, legal and otherwise.
The pensions and benefits landscape in Canada continues to evolve. Changes in legislation and court decisions can quickly impact the day-to-day work of pension administrators and human resource professionals. If your work involves pensions and benefits, you won’t want to miss this essential webinar.
Perhaps it's because politics down South have driven your foreign workers to look into relocation, or your organization is looking to bring some foreign talent into the Canadian office. Whatever the reason, getting work permits can be challenging and slow to acquire, and once acquired compliance with the permit can cause trouble. This is the second in a two-part webinar series about getting foreign workers to Canada. The first session focused on getting foreign workers to Canada; the second will focus on (ever-stricter) ongoing compliance requirements.