Effective human resource management demands not only great skill and experience on the part of practitioners, but also a clear understanding of the many legal and practical issues. The demands on Indigenous employers are made even greater by the uncertainty that sometimes surrounds labour and employment law jurisdictional issues and the recent rapid growth of Indigenous businesses and enterprises.
This half-day seminar provides practical advice for managers, human resource professionals and leaders of Indigenous organizations and communities. Participants receive comprehensive seminar presentation slides, which can be an ongoing resource for participants and their organizations.
Don’t miss this chance to gain valuable insights, learn from our lawyers and connect with fellow professionals. Join us virtually or in person.
On the agenda:
Jurisdiction and Recent Employment Legislative Amendments
- Review what operations are governed by Saskatchewan and federal employment standards legislation
- Learn about the differences in employment standards requirements and why jurisdiction matters
- Discuss recent legislative changes to the Canada Labour Code and The Saskatchewan Employment Act
Occupational Health and Safety, Violence and Harassment in the Workplace
- Review increased OH&S obligations for Saskatchewan and federally regulated employers
- Learn about the legislative requirements for addressing violence and harassment complaints in the workplace
- Discuss tips for addressing lateral violence as well as harassment and violence over social media in the workplace
- Overview of occupational health and safety obligation on Indigenous land
Human Rights and the Duty to Accommodate
- Review an employer’s duty to accommodate and recent case law
- Steps for addressing accommodation requests and seeking medical information
- Discuss the use of special programs under human rights legislation for hiring Indigenous peoples and screening for Indigeneity
- Seminar: April 10, 2024 | 1 p.m.-4:30 p.m. CST. Registration for in-person attendees in Prince Albert will start at 12:45 p.m.
- Materials: You will receive an electronic copy of the presentation prior to the virtual session or a hard copy at the seminar.
- Cost: Registration fee ($150) + GST & PST ($16.50) = $166.50 CAD per person
- Registration closes: March 28, 2024
- Cancel before March 28 for a full refund. Contact Dabota Fashola to inquire about a refund.
- Space is limited. Only employers or their representatives are eligible to attend. We reserve the right to decline registrants.
- Late registrations will be accepted as space permits.
- Pre-approved for 3 CPD hours with CPHR Saskatchewan.
- This event is being held virtually and in-person at Prince Albert Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation.