This 1.5 hour seminar is designed for employers and will outline the fundamentals of the Employment Agreement, the necessary and legal components, and specifically address the requirements for a legally enforceable Termination Clause.
This 1.5 hour lunch time seminar will explore the legal implications of the legalization of marijuana at work, discuss the requirements of employers to update policies and procedures to comply with the legislation, explore the need for employers to accommodate medical use and addiction and workplace drug-screening.
This 1.5 hour seminar will explore the differences in Termination for Cause, Without Cause and Constructive Dismissal, outline the legal requirements of each type of termination for the employer to ensure compliance with legislation and common law decisions to assist employers in avoiding a claim for wrongful termination.
This 1.5 hour seminar will explore the increase of sexual and other harassment complaints in the workplace, examine the employers obligations to provide a safe work environment for its employees and customers, how an employer should deal with a complaint and how employers can pro-actively address workplace harassment with legal workplace policies and procedures.
This 1.5 hour seminar will explore topics regarding employee accommodation and the Human Rights Code, explore what constitutes reasonable accomodation, and discuss various aspects of the Human Rights Code and how is shapes the employment relationship.
This 1.5 hour seminar will explore topics related to employee dishonesty and theft and provide insight into some of the legal remedies available to employers in handling employee theft that may assist in recovery of corporate property and funds.
This 1.5 hour seminar will explore topics related to how to properly define an individual working for you as either an employee of independent contractor and provide insight into some of the legal options, consequences and strategies for classifying an individual as either an independent contractor versus an employee.