Constructive Dismissal 101
This introductory level seminar will provide those new to human resources with an overview of the concept of constructive dismissal, including when it occurs, how to manage the risk of constructive dismissal claims, and how to respond to claims when they are made.
How to Conduct a Workplace Investigation
A fair and thorough workplace investigation paves the way for a successful result at arbitration, trial, or hearing. In this three hour workshop, we will provide both practical advice and hands-on training in conducting effective and reliable investigations, including a review of investigation objectives, procedures, and best practices.
Managing Mental Health in the Workplace
Recognizing and managing mental health issues in the workplace can be one of the most challenging human resources issues facing employers. In this seminar, we will provide you with an overview of the law regarding recognizing potential mental health issues, know when the duty to inquire arises, determine the your ability request medical information, and understand the extent of your duty to accommodate.
2018 Arbitration Update
This always-popular breakfast seminar and webinar is our annual update of some of the key arbitration decisions issued in the previous year. Our lawyers will provide you with summaries of the key decisions as well as analysis of why the decisions should matter to you as employers.
The Fundamentals of Disability Management
Managing and accommodating employees with disabilities is one of the more complex issues faced by employers today. The complexity of this issue only increases when seeking to manage and accommodate those employees who are afflicted with chronic or episodic disabilities. In this three hour interactive workshop, we will examine the legal rights and obligations of employers, employees, and unions with respect to disability management and accommodation and provide you with practical tips and advice that you can implement in your business when faced with such issues.