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McMillan’s Employment Law Breakfast Series

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McMillan’s Vancouver Labour and Employment Group is proud to launch it’s first ever Breakfast Series covering key employment and human rights issues! So grab your morning coffee and join Dianne Rideout and Michelle McKinnon for Part Two on a workplace law refresher!

The Breakfast Series will provide an overview of key workplace law issues which include employment contracts, employment standards, terminations, human rights and mental health in the workplace, and global remote working. The Breakfast Series will benefit anyone involved in human resources and workplace law.

Each program is eligible for 1 hour Substantive CPD in BC and pre-approved for 1 CPD hour by CPHR BC & Yukon.

Program Details

Tuesday, June 29, 2021 | 10:00 am – 11:15 am (PDT) RSVP
Part 3: Global Remote Working If you are an employer considering the feasibility of global remote working for your employees, this seminar is a must! In this seminar, we will discuss the most pertinent issues employers should be considering in terms of remote working.

Access: Log-in details will be e-mailed once you RSVP that you are attending.

Speakers

Dianne Rideout
Partner

Michelle McKinnon
Associate

Access: Log-in details will be e-mailed once you RSVP that you are attending.

For more information please contact events@mcmillan.ca.

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