We are very pleased to announce that Doug MacLeod, will be sharing his expertise with our readers on First Reference Talks. He will be covering issues surrounding employment and labour law, starting this month.
The team at First Reference Inc. and First Reference Talks blog wishes everyone a very Happy Holiday Season and all the best for the New Year!/L’Équipe de La Référence et du billet First Reference Talks vous souhaite de belles fêtes et une bonne et heureuse année.
We are very pleased to announce that Michele Glassford, Editor of Human Resources PolicyPro, Ontario, British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba & Saskatchewan, and Atlantic editions, published by First Reference Inc., will be sharing her expertise with our readers on First Reference Talks, covering issues surrounding HR policies and best practices, starting in September 2012.
We are very pleased to announce that Stringer LLP, Management Lawyers, in Toronto, Ontario, have agreed to blog on First Reference Talks, starting in September 2012.
We are very pleased to announce that Clear Path Employer Services’ team of human resources professionals will be sharing their expertise with our readers on First Reference Talks, starting this Friday!
In our continued efforts to provide our readers with valuable and easy-to-use information on the topics that matter, First Reference introduces Inside Internal Controls, a new blog on all things governance and risk management! Follow Jeffrey Sherman, FCA, Ron Richard, Maanit Zemel, myself and others, as we discuss corporate governance, finance and accounting, [...]
We are very pleased to announce the two newest additions to our growing team of experts! Alison J. Bird will discuss labour and employment law, and Amery Boyer will discuss broad human resources issues for the Atlantic provinces.
We’ll be taking a short break from posting and will be back in the New Year. However, before we go, we want to remind employers there are three public (statutory holidays) between December 25, 2011 to January 1, 2012. Happy Holidays to all!
It’s that time of year when we are asked to recognize the hard work of Canadian bloggers who take to heart all things legal. This year, with so many good new Canadian law blogs out there, the competition for Clawbies will be especially tough . The Clawbies awards recognize the Canadian legal blogosphere’s best and brightest: the interesting, innovative and informative sites that readers rely on for legal news and interpretation.
We are pleased to announce that Matt Lalande will be joining our team of regular bloggers. Matt is a lawyer at Haber & Associates. Although Matt is specialized in representing those who have suffered harm by the wrongs of others, Matt has particular emphasis on wrongful death, personal injury and employment law. He will be writing on issues relating to employment law.