What’s your top workplace compliance challenge this year?
We know: how can you choose? With substantial changes to Ontario’s employment standards, additional accessibility standards in force, occupational health and safety risks, accommodation, new technologies, and day-to-day HR and payroll challenges, the compliance demands on employers have never been greater.
For this reason alone, attending the 16th annual Ontario Employment Law Conference, presented by Stringer LLP and First Reference Inc., is more essential than ever. Need another reason? Register before March 31 and get our great early-bird rate!
Ontario’s essential employment law update
Get all the information you need in one day. This year’s extensive presentations cover:
- New employment standards, making it easier and less expensive for employees to file employment standards claims and recover wages—over longer periods—plus leaves of absence, expanded compliance measures and potential liability for violations
- Accessibility compliance, including employment, buildings and reporting obligations
- Occupational health and safety, including criminal prosecutions and jail terms for employers and corporate officers
- The duty to accommodate including mental health disabilities, hidden disabilities, performance expectations of older workers, transgender and transsexual employees, and family status
Plus: Employment Standards Act self-audits, employee misuse of workplace technology, best practices for discipline and terminations, and, new this year, special breakout sessions offer something for any employer—you pick the topic most important to you!
The Ontario Employment Law Conference will take place at the Centre for Health & Safety Innovation in Mississauga on June 4, 2015. We look forward to seeing you and helping you apply the latest employment and labour law changes. Come and learn the latest!
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