Workplace rules and practices evolve continuously. As an employer, you need to be aware of new developments in labour and employment law, regardless of how many employees you have. Effective human resource strategies depend on it.
We’re going virtual for this year’s employment law update. This webinar series will take place over two consecutive half-day morning sessions and will inform you of recent developments in the law and help you learn how to deal successfully with the issues they raise. The MLT Aikins Labour Update is designed for both unionized and non-unionized employers. We’ll get you up-to-date on changes to the rules and help you develop proactive human resources policies.
All webinars will run from 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m. MST with time for Q&A each day.
The Pendulum Swings Back – Recent Amendments to the Employment Standards and Labour Relations Codes in Alberta – October 28, 2020
- Review recent changes to the Employment Standards Code
- Learn about updates to the Labour Relations Code
- Find out what changes are in effect and if more are coming
OH&S During a Pandemic – Helping Employers Address Work Refusals, Outbreaks and Remote Work Challenges – October 28, 2020
- Discuss OHS & WCB perspectives on remote work
- Analyze right to refuse unsafe work during a pandemic
- Review OHS guidance on business operations and outbreaks
Accommodating Employees During a Pandemic – October 28, 2020
- Are COVID-19 symptoms or pandemic-related stress considered disabilities that require accommodation?
- Do school and daycare access create family status claims?
- What information can an employer require?
Black and Indigenous Lives Matter – Considerations for Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace – October 29, 2020
- Review legislative regimes relating to diversity and inclusion
- Understand key terms and concepts such as microaggressions and unconscious bias
- Addressing racism in the workplace: minimum requirements and beyond
Case Law Update & COVID-19’s Impact on Severance in Alberta – October 29, 2020
- Review recent decisions from AB Courts, Labour Boards and Human Rights Tribunals
- Consider impact of pandemic on severance
- Discuss pandemic-related changes to litigation process
Cancel Culture: Social Media Use and Workplace Considerations – October 29, 2020
- What is “Cancel Culture,” and how has it impacted the workplace?
- Can an employer use employees’ social media content to investigate or discipline?
- What options does an employer have when “Cancel Culture” harms your organization’s reputation?
Speakers and Moderators:
- John Agioritis
- Sanjana Ahmed
- Samantha Finkbeiner
- Megan Kheong
- Aaron Marchadour
- Walter Pavlic, Q.C.
- Jean Torrens
- Kevin Wilson, Q.C.
- Dates: October 28-29, 2020
- Time: 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m. MT each day
- Materials: You will receive electronic copies of all materials prior to the webinar
- Cost: $427.50 + GST ($21.38) = $448.88 per person
- Registration closes: October 13
- Cancellation: Cancel by October 13 for a full refund. Contact Dabota Fashola at firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire.
- Registrations submitted after October 13 will not qualify for a refund.
- Program and speakers are subject to change.
- Space is limited. Only employers or their representatives are eligible to attend. We reserve the right to decline registrants.
This seminar has been pre-approved by CPHR Alberta for 7 CPD hours.
MLT Aikins LLP
2100 – 222 3rd Ave SW
Calgary, Alberta T2P 0B4
P: (403) 693-2649
F: (403) 508-4349
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