UPCOMING WEBINAR

Legal Strategies For Dealing With Difficult Employees and Getting Ready for the New Normal

CATEGORY – HR COMPLIANCE

DATE – Wednesday, May 18, 2022

TIME – 9:00 AM PDT

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ABOUT THE WEBINAR

Employers are dealing with a number of issues as they begin transitioning employees back into the workplace or as they transition employees to a permanent remote work set-up. This webinar will provide an in-depth analysis of how employers should appropriately navigate employee objections to returning to the workplace (e.g., what they can ask, what reasons may be legitimate, when employees may be challenged, etc.); strategies for dealing with human rights issues in the return to work process (and what the duty to accommodate means in the age of COVID-19); and legal considerations associated with a workforce who may be working from home on a more permanent basis.

ABOUT THE SPEAKERS

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Name: Evan Campbell

Title: Partner

Company: Miller Thomson

Contact Email: ecampbell@millerthomson.com

LinkedIn: Evan Campbell

Evan Campbell assists private and public sector employers with a variety of issues including discipline and terminations, employment standards, human rights, employment contracts and workplace policies, workers compensation, and industrial and construction labour relations.

Evan has extensive experience litigating matters involving wrongful dismissals, grievance arbitrations, the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, the Occupational Health and Safety Act, and the Labour Relations Act. He regularly acts as chief spokesperson during collective bargaining and as lead counsel in arbitrations, before the Courts and numerous tribunals including the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal, the Ontario Labour Relations Board, the Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal.

Erin Minuk headshot

Name: Erin Minuk

Title: Associate

Company: Miller Thomson

Contact Email: eminuk@millerthomson.com

LinkedIn: Erin Minuk

Erin Minuk provides sensible and tailored advice to employers on a variety of labour and employment law matters including labour relations, human rights, employment standards and wrongful dismissals. Her practice encompasses unionized and non-unionized workplaces for both federally and provincially regulated employers.

Prior to joining Miller Thomson, Erin summered, articled and practiced labour relations and employment law in the Toronto office of a full-service firm.

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