Client Seminars

Workplace Law Education Series

An Employer’s Guide to WorkSafeBC

Understanding an employer’s obligations under the Workers Compensation Act has never been more important. Recently, B.C.’s workers compensation system has faced many critical reviews and many changes have been made to the Workers Compensation Act, the OHS regulations and the Board’s policies. In this 2-hour workshop, we will help you understand the key changes for employers with respect to claims, prevention obligations, liability and enforcement. We will cover the rising impact of mental disorder claims, an employer’s continuing obligations to prevent bullying and harassment in the context of prohibited action complaints, the impact of COVID-19, and other key developments from an employer’s perspective.

This workshop will be interactive and there will be opportunities throughout for participants to ask questions.

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Webinar

This is a live workshop that will be conducted by webinar on Thursday, October 8, 2020 from 9am – 11am.

Presenters:

Alissa Demerse
Julia Bell

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Please note this event is being delivered as a live workshop via webinar.

Attendance Management

Monitoring and managing employees’ attendance can be a time consuming task, seemingly fraught with legal risk. In this webinar, we will provide you with an overview of attendance related issues, including policy implementation, accommodation of disability-related absences, and understanding when the employment relationship can be terminated as a result of poor attendance. We will also discuss how attendance management policies may need to be revised in light of the current public health crisis.

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Webinar

This is an on-demand Webinar.  The webinar link will be sent prior to 12:00 pm on Thursday, October 22, however, the webinar can be viewed at any time.

Presenters:

Maggie Campbell
Carrie Koperski

 

Seminar

Please note this event is being delivered as an on-demand webinar.