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McMillan’s Employment & Labour Relations Group Seminar

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September 28, 2017

2017 Employment and Labour Seminar

Members of McMillan’s Employment & Labour Relations Group will be discussing Bill 148 and the extensive changes proposed to the minimum wage, hours of work, scheduling, the certification process, enforcement provisions, leaves of absence and other terms and conditions of employment.

These changes will significantly impact all Ontario employers, regardless of size or industry. Speakers will address what employers should do to prepare for the new landscape in Ontario, as well as provide a summary of key 2017 employment and labour cases.

Please join us for a practical and in-depth discussion aimed at HR professionals, in-house counsel and operations managers, who want to prepare and better understand how Bill1 48 will impact their business.

What

  • 2017 Employment and Labour Seminar

Agenda

  • 8:00 am     Registration
  • 8:45 am     Opening Remarks
  • 9:00 am     Presentations
  • 11:30 am   Conclusion

Topics will include:

  • Bill 148 Panel: Changes to the ESA
  • Bill 148 Panel: Changes to LRA
  • Increased Enforcement Mechanisms under Bill 148
  • 2017 Caselaw Update

Where
McMillan LLP
Brookfield Place, 181 Bay Street
Suite 4400
Toronto, Ontario, M5J 2T3

* Coming up: McMillan’s Vancouver Employment and Labour seminar on November 9, 2017.

For more information contact:
Ella Mesina
647.943.8052
[email protected]

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