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Workplace rules and practices continue to evolve at a rapid pace – and so do the legal risks and obligations facing employers. From dealing with harassment in the workplace, accommodation requests and hybrid work policies, you need to be aware of the latest developments in labour and employment law.
This seminar will inform you of the latest workplace laws and trends, and you’ll learn how to mitigate your legal risks while maintaining a productive workplace. The MLT Aikins Labour Update is designed for both unionized and non-unionized employers.
On the Agenda:
The Changing Landscape of Harassment and Bad Behaviour in the Workplace
- Review increased OH&S obligations for Saskatchewan and federally regulated employers
- Learn about changes to the upcoming violence policy requirements in Saskatchewan
- Hear about recent human rights and common law decisions
Case Law and Legislation Update
- Hear about the latest cases impacting Saskatchewan employers
- Learn about legislative updates for Saskatchewan and federally regulated employers
Human Rights Update: What’s New in Accommodating Mental Health?
- New updates on the DSM-5: what’s changed and what it means for employers
- Review the evolution of workplace mental health accommodation
- Learn important tips and tricks for reviewing and requesting medical notes in accommodating mental health
Privacy Considerations in a Hybrid Work World
- Using software to track employee productivity
- Employee surveillance during remote work
- Responding to requests for employee personal information
Top Tips on Hiring and Employing a Foreign National
- Review of required registrations and issues of pre-employment discrimination
- Important terms and conditions for employment agreements
- How to manage labour mobility and compliance obligations
- Senior labour and employment lawyers will answer your questions on any employment-related topic
- John Agioritis
- Milad Alishahi
- Scott Bell
- Shane Buchanan
- Ashton Butler
- Robert Frost-Hinz
- Amy Gibson
- Allison Graham
- Zoe Johansen-Hill
- Kristél Kriel
- Eileen Libby, K.C.
- Jana Linner, K.C.
- Brent Matkowski
- Jianna Rieder
- Kevin Wilson, K.C.
- Seminar: Registration will start at 8:30 a.m. and the seminar will commence at 9 a.m. and run until 4 p.m. A continental breakfast, lunch and snacks will be provided. In-person attendees will receive a swag bag and printed materials at the seminar. If you require electronic materials instead, please contact Dabota Fashola by May 18.
- Early Bird Rate (until February 28th): $427.50 + $21.38 (GST) + $25.65 (PST) = $474.53 per person
- Registration Fee: $475 + $23.75 GST + $28.50 (PST) = $527.25 per person
- Registration closes: May 18, 2023
- Cancel before May 17, 2023 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 6.0 CPD hours with CPHR Saskatchewan and the Law Society of Saskatchewan.