HRPA York Region Employment Law Update

Stuart Rudner will be part of the presentations panel at the HRPA York Region Conference on January 14, 2014. He will be speaking to recent, crucial updates in Employment Law relevant for HR managers and employers. Topics will include human

Canadian Mining HR Leadership & Professionals Conference

Stuart Rudner will be speaking on April 24, 2014 at the Canadian Mining HR Leadership & Professionals Conference. His presentation will provide an update on recent major human rights and recent employment law developments in the workplaces. Topics will include

Ultimate Software’s Toronto HR Workshop

Stuart will be speaking at the InterContinental Hotel for Ultimate Software’s Toronto HR Workshop. His topic will cover tips for successful mediation, an alternative that more and more companies are turning to for employee dispute resolution.

IHIRM Conference – Anaheim, California

Stuart Rudner will be speaking at the International Association for Human Resources Management Conference (IHRIM) in Anaheim, taking place between June 1 and 4, 2014. His presentation, “Social Media in the Modern Workplace – How HR Can Protect the Organization

Stuart Speaking at OBA TECHxpo

Stuart Rudner will be speaking at the Ontario Bar Association’s TECHxpo.11:40 am Track 1 – A Day in the Life of an iPad Lawyer Follow an iPad lawyer from dawn to dusk (and later) to see everything an iPad can

AODA and H&S Mandatory Training Interactive Workshop

Stuart will be one of the presenters at the AODA and H&S Mandatory Training Interactive Workshop.This workshop will give you professional advice on: How to write a proper policy on AODA Training all employees on AODA and Health and Safety The

HRPA West Toronto Chapter Conference

Stuart Rudner will be providing a comprehensive presentation on the law of terminations in employment on December 3, 2014 at the Human Resources Professionals Association West Toronto Chapter Conference. Entitled “You’re Fired! Dismissals in Canada,” Stuart will provide an excellent

Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act

Stuart Rudner will be speaking at the Staff Room on January 29, 2015.His presentation will provide expert guidance and advice on how to implement the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act 2005 (AODA) in the workplace, including understanding HR obligations

February 11, 2015: Next-Steps Employment Centre – Avoid Legal Battles!

Next Steps Employment Centre Vaughan 4585 Highway 7, Unit 7-9, Vaughan

Next Steps Employment Centre Vaughan cordially invites you to an exciting interactive information session to provide effective tools to manage and minimize employment risk.Guest speaker Stuart Rudner (Employment Lawyer) will address the following topics: € Work Place Harassment € Dismissal

Next Steps Employment Centre: Avoid Legal Battles

Next Steps Employment Centre Vaughan 4585 Highway 7, Unit 7-9, Vaughan

Stuart will speak at the next step employment centre in Vaughan on how to avoid legal battles, including harassment, dismissals and layoffs, company policies and procedures, monitoring employee behaviour, managers’ duties and responsibilities, and compensation and benefits.Wednesday – July 29,

HRPA: Vacation & Vacation Pay Myths and Misconceptions

On Wednesday, October 28th, Stuart will be participating in a Human Resources Professionals Association webinar on Vacation & Vacation Pay Myths and Misconceptions.The Details: Live Webinar 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Wednesday, October 28, 2015For more information or to attend,

HRPA: Workplace Investigations

On November 24th, Stuart will be discussing workplace investigations at the Barrie Golf and Country Club. The talk is being hosted by the Barrie Chapter of the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) Professional Development department.The Details: Date: November 24, 2015

HRPA York Region: Topic TBD

Join Stuart and HRPA York Region for a talk this January 20th, topic to be determined.For more information, please contact Len Bates.

HRPA: The Dos and Don’ts of Workplace Romance

On February 10th, Stuart will be participating in a Human Resources Professionals Association webinar on The Dos and Don’ts of Workplace Romance:The Details:Live Webinar 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm February 10th, 2016 For more information or to attend, please contact:

Benefits3 2016 Conference

Stuart will be speaking at the Benefits3 Conference on leadership, health, and productivity, where he will address medical marijuana: finding the balance between the duty to accommodate and the need to keep the workplace safe.

The Advocates’ Society: Hitting Your Stride

On June 1, 2016, Stuart will participate in The Advocates’ Society Hitting Your Stride program. Together with Lonny Rosen, he will teach two 45-minute workshop sessions entitled Using Social Media to Build Your Practice and Profile- Nuts & Bolts.

York Small Business Enterprise Centre

Cardinal Golf Club 2740 Davis Drive West, King City

Join Stuart for the York Small Business Enterprise Centre’s Recruiting Talent: Trends Dominating the HR Landscape. Attend this free conference to learn, network and grow your business. Cost: Free! Hot buffet breakfast included!

HRPA North Bay: Harassment in the Workplace

Join Stuart on January 13th in North Bay for a talk on harassment in the workplace. For more information, contact: Su-Min Teh Specialist, Professional Development Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) steh@hrpa.ca

HRPA 2017 Annual Conference

Stuart will be speaking with Dan McGarry on February 1st at 1:00 pm on Avoiding Liability: How to Protect your Organization from Costly Common Employment Related Mistakes. For more information, visit the HRPA conference website.

LSUC Solo & Small Firm Conference

On June 8th, 2017, Stuart will be speaking at the Law Society of Upper Canada’s Solo and Small Firm Conference on Building your Team: the Employee Relationship from Hiring to Firing. Topics Include: Confidentiality agreements Hiring students, staff, associates Social media

HRPA Toronto LegalEase: Family Status Accommodation

On June 13th, Stuart will be presenting at HRPA Toronto’s LegalEase event on Family Status Accommodation. The presentation is scheduled for 8-10am (sign in beginning at 7:30am) on June 13, 2017 and will be held at 25 York St, Toronto,

HRPA Durham Chapter Webinar: Medical Marijuana in the Workplace

Join Stuart as he discusses some of the challenges associated with accommodating medical marijuana in the workplace. Stuart will address the distinct issues employers may encounter, including the duty to accommodate, the relevance of safety concerns and other bona fide

Job Skills: Beyond the Bottom Line

Job Skills is pleased to once again offer a Professional Development / Networking opportunity in support of the business community. Beyond the Bottom Line will provide expert advice and information on a range of topics of interest to business owners

The ‘Ask Andrew’ Show

Stuart Rudner joins Markham family law lawyer, Andrew Feldstein, on the next 'Ask Andrew' Show to talk about how separation and divorce can effect employees. The show runs on Facebook Live and you can ask question by leaving a comment

HRPA Northwestern Ontario: Managing Human Rights Claims and Costs

Victoria Inn 555 Arthur Street West, Thunder Bay

Join Stuart Rudner as he leads this advanced level workshop where participants will leave with the ability to implement a complete approach to prevent and address complicated human rights issues related to various code grounds, including those related to gender

TECHxpo 2017: Your Practice…Connected

Discover the newest legal technology and innovation that is reshaping the practice of law. Learn how to incorporate these valuable legal tools into your practice to simplify your workload, maintain your competitive edge in the evolving legal landscape, and safeguard

GTA Accountants Network: Misclassification of Workers

Donalda Club 12 Bushbury Dr, Toronto

As a finance professional, a tax practitioner, accountant, lawyer, or anyone else who values professional development and networking, the GTA Accountants  Network invites you to join us at this upcoming event, where Stuart Rudner will be speaking about When a

HRPA York Region: Bill 132 One Year Later: What Have We Learned?

Richmond Hill Country Club 8905 Bathurst St, Richmond Hill

When Bill 132, formally titled Sexual Violence and Harassment Action Plan Act (Supporting Survivors and Challenging Sexual Violence and Harassment), came into force in the Fall of 2016, there was a lot of discussion about the ramifications and new obligations faced by employers. 

HRPA 2018: Annual Conference & Trade Show

Avoiding Liability: Discuss How to Protect your Organization from Costly Common Employment-Related Mistakes Most Human Resources professionals do not have a law degree, but they are increasingly called upon to deal with issues relating to employment standards, occupational health &

HRPA: What to Look For (and Beware of) in Your Next Job Offer

Yorkville Conference Centre 150 Bloor Street West, 2nd Floor, Toronto

In this seminar you will find out what to consider when reviewing a job offer, including job content, salary, benefits, hours, flexibility, pension plans and the work environment.  Plus, what to be wary of: making certain you have all details

The Osgoode Certificate in Human Resources Law for HR Professionals

Osgoode Professional Development 1 Dundas Street West, #2602, Toronto

Do you have a solid understanding of the still-evolving laws governing the employment relationship and its risks for employers? Can you appropriately conduct workplace investigations and implement practical, timely solutions? Benefit from our expertise and insights in these and other

SafeWork Summit: Seminar on Legalization of Marijuana

The implications of marijuana – both medical and recreational – on your current workplace policies On July 1, 2018, Canadians will enter a brave new world as the Liberal government legalizes recreational marijuana. The new legislation is simple to understand in

Addressing Sexual Harassment in the Entertainment Industry

The New York Times’ October 2017 article, reporting on a myriad of sexual harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein, initiated a wave of similar allegations throughout the entertainment industry, and beyond. Whether you are in-house or external counsel, and whether you

The Six-Minute Employment Lawyer 2018

Employment law is a fast-changing area. This past year, not only has the provincial government significantly overhauled workplace legislation, but the courts have issued a number of important rulings. When you know about the latest developments in the legislation and

Next Steps Employment Centre: Avoid Legal Battles

Next Steps Employment Centre Vaughan 4585 Highway 7, Unit 7-9, Vaughan

Next Steps Employment Centre Vaughan cordially invites you to an exciting interactive information session to provide effective tools to manage and minimize employment risk. The following topics will be covered: workplace harassment, dismissal and layoffs, company policies and procedures, monitoring

HRPA Eastern Conference: Employment Law 101

At the Magic of HR Conference, Stuart’s program will provide an overview of key employment laws, explain the legal obligations of employers towards employees, and will provide employers with some best practices to ensure they use employment contracts and policies

GTA Accountants Network Event

Donalda Club 12 Bushbury Dr, Toronto

Stuart and Hilda Gan of People Bright Consulting will be conducting a panel discussion on marijuana in the workplace. More Information / Register

Ultimate Software HR Workshop

Your skills as an HR leader have never been in greater demand. The quality and quantity of business information you need at your fingertips, along with the creativity that's expected of you on a daily basis by senior leadership and

The Osgoode Certificate in Advanced Human Resources Law For Senior HR Executives

Osgoode Professional Development 1 Dundas Street West, #2602, Toronto

Stuart is the co-Director of this course, and will be teaching alongside his Associates. Using an in-depth case study method under the guidance of leading legal and HR experts, you will delve deeply into the most challenging issues in workplace

2018 Workforce Game Changers

This half day conference is designed to meet the needs of employers who want to learn more about the shifting workforce dynamics and how to get ready. With an unpredictable economy employers need to develop more flexible and long-term vision

HRPA Barrie: 15th Annual Conference

A full day conference designed to provide Human Resources Professionals with the Information and Knowledge to Meet the Challenges of a Changing Workplace.  Learn about legislation updates and best practice recommendations.  This event includes inspirational and motivational keynotes, and legal

Legal Rights Information Series for HR Leaders: Investigations in the Workplace

The Talent Company - Mississauga 6860 Century Ave, Suite E203, Mississauga

With changing legislation and increased scrutiny, when an issue arises conducting an immediate and effective investigation is the right response. Presented by Rudner Law and The Talent Company, this interactive session will provide insight into employment law changes, recent cases

Lexpert: Workplace Law Reform in the Gig Economy

Broad legislative reform measures in Ontario and Alberta have highlighted the rapid evolution of workplace law, driven by the increase in "precarious employment" and the "gig economy." The game and the stakes are changing rapidly, and the mantra of the

HRPA York Region

Richmond Hill Country Club 8905 Bathurst St, Richmond Hill

Stuart will be giving an Employment Law update on Cannabis in the Workplace and Bill 47 at this Professional Development Breakfast Event. Presentation Employment Law 2019: Now More Cannabis & Employer Friendly from Rudner Law More Information / Register

HRPA 2019 Annual Conference & Trade Show

What Do You Need to Know? Ask a Leading Employment Lawyer and a Senior HR Practitioner Your Burning Questions HR professionals are increasingly called upon to deal with issues relating to employment standards, human rights, privacy laws, occupational health &

Lancaster House – Big Issues in Fine Print

Big Issues in Fine Print: Non-compete, non-solicitation, and mandatory arbitration clauses in employment contracts. While non-compete, non-solicitation, and mandatory arbitration clauses are common features of employment agreements, issues regarding their enforcement are typically subject to dispute. In this audio conference,

The Osgoode Certificate in Human Resources Law for HR Professionals

Osgoode Professional Development 1 Dundas Street West, #2602, Toronto

Stuart is the co-Director of this program. Do you have a solid understanding of the still-evolving laws governing the employment relationship and its risks for employers? Can you appropriately conduct workplace investigations and implement practical, timely solutions? Benefit from our

Infonex Professional Development: Managing Your Duty to Accommodate

Accommodating Gender Identity and Expression Brittany Taylor, Associate Lawyer, Rudner Law Understanding the role of gender identity in the workplace The gender spectrum How to collaborate with employees requiring accommodation The key elements to consider when accommodating transgender employees The

OBA Alternative Dispute Resolution Program

OBA Conference Centre 20 Toronto Street, 2nd Floor, Toronto

ADR Clauses and Employment Contracts: How to Avoid Costly Litigation Dispute clauses in employment agreements can help prevent costly litigation. Equip yourself with the knowledge to understand and draft effective alternative dispute resolution (“ADR”) clauses in employment contracts. Join our

HRPA Toronto – Employment Networking Group (Members Only)

Yorkville Conference Centre 150 Bloor Street West, 2nd Floor, Toronto

Before you sign your next Employment Contact...Consider this Finished the interviews – received the job offer – now you must sign the contract! Join Employment Lawyer and Mediator Stuart Rudner as he shows you what is important in a contract

HRPA Grand Valley Breakfast Meeting

Bingemans 425 Bingemans Centre Dr, Kitchener

HR After #MeToo The #MeToo movement was one of the most significant wake-up calls for workplaces in decades.  Once the clouds of guilt and shame began to lift, workers from all walks began to feel more comfortable sharing their stories

HRPA Barrie

Liberty North 100 Caplan Avenue Unit 1, Barrie

Today's HR in the Workplace: Developing Employees Through Engagement and Compliance Today's HR in the Workplace: Developing Employees Through Engagement and Legislative Compliance A full day conference designed to provide Human Resources Professionals with the Information and Knowledge about Engaging

Ontario Bar Association – ADR Section

OBA Conference Centre 20 Toronto Street, 2nd Floor, Toronto

Stuart will speak at this program. Ahead of the Curve: Establishing a Mediation Practice in High Growth Areas As demands for cost-effective and time-efficient access to justice increase, so too does the need for mediators with substantive and process expertise.

Brant Human Resources Network

Stuart Rudner Employment Lawyer and Mediator: Social Media and the impact on the employment relationship, both directly and indirectly, including latest trends and watch outs for employers and employees

HRPA York Region

Richmond Hill Country Club 8905 Bathurst St, Richmond Hill

PD Breakfast: Employment Law Updates - Accommodation We all know that employers have a duty to accommodate, but what does that mean in practice? What types of things do you have to accommodate - does it include things like childcare

Richmond Hill Board of Trade – Vanderburgh Series

Richmond Hill Board of Trade 376 Churst St. S, Richmond Hill

January 16, 23 and 30 9:00 - 10:30 am The Richmond Hill Board of Trade has developed the Vanderburgh Certification Series to provide great new educational opportunities for our members. Join us for: The Fundamentals of HR Law: What Business Owners

Richmond Hill Board of Trade – Vanderburgh Series

Richmond Hill Board of Trade 376 Churst St. S, Richmond Hill

January 16, 23 and 30 9:00 - 10:30 am The Richmond Hill Board of Trade has developed the Vanderburgh Certification Series to provide great new educational opportunities for our members. Join us for: The Fundamentals of HR Law: What Business Owners

Richmond Hill Board of Trade – Vanderburgh Series

Richmond Hill Board of Trade 376 Churst St. S, Richmond Hill

January 16, 23 and 30 9:00 - 10:30 am The Richmond Hill Board of Trade has developed the Vanderburgh Certification Series to provide great new educational opportunities for our members. Join us for: The Fundamentals of HR Law: What Business Owners

The (un)Sexy Side of Business – The BridgGroup and Rudner Law Workshop

The BridgGroup of Companies 27 Roytec Rd. Unit 3B, Woodbridge

Financial Planning and Employment Law Workshop. FREE Breakfast Networking Seminar for Small Business Owners. Learn from industry experts! You'll learn... - Most common mistakes of small employers - Avoiding risk - Employee vs Contractors - Maximize your rights as an employer - Alternative funding for

Ultimate Software Webinar: Accommodation in the Workplace

Accommodation laws exist to ensure all employees have fair and equal access to work. An employer’s responsibility is to provide a workplace that is free from discrimination. In some cases, that may require accommodation for an employee’s specific needs, such

Veterinary Education Today: Business Bootcamp

ROI Corporation Business Brokerage 287 Queen Street South, Mississauga

This one-day workshop will provide you with expert learning tools to put your practice on track to run smoothly and profitably. Strategic Use of Contracts, Policies & Procedures from Rudner Law

The Osgoode Certificate in Human Resources Law for HR Professionals

Do you have a solid understanding of the still-evolving laws governing the employment relationship and its risks for employers? Can you appropriately conduct workplace investigations and implement practical, timely solutions? Benefit from our distinguished faculty’s expertise and insights in these

Navigating COVID-19 in Canada: HR webinar

With cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) on the rise, governments encouraging social distancing, and, in some cases, invoking a state of emergency, we know HR teams and employers are rapidly trying to keep up with the latest recommendations, keep

The Osgoode Certificate in Human Resources Law for HR Professionals

Do you have a solid understanding of the still-evolving laws governing the employment relationship and its risks for employers? Can you appropriately conduct workplace investigations and implement practical, timely solutions? Benefit from our distinguished faculty’s expertise and insights in these

TempStars Instagram Live

Join Dr. James Younger and Stuart Rudner, Employment Lawyer as they discuss the challenges and concerns facing employers and employees during the COVID-19 outbreak. During this Instagram Live interview, they will discuss common questions about dental office closures, having to

HR.com: COVID-19 and the Workplace: Legalities and Labour Costs

Here’s What You’ll Learn Why you should not assume that you can unilaterally impose layoffs or wage reductions Your rights and obligations as an employer The options available to reduce labour costs The support available to businesses The support available

GTA Accountants Network + Kalex Webinar

The COVID-19 virus has turned our world upside down. We are in a state of emergency, people have been told to self-isolate or socially distance, and non-essential businesses have been ordered to close. Businesses that remain open have seen dramatic

The Osgoode Certificate in Human Resources Law for HR Professionals

Do you have a solid understanding of the still-evolving laws governing the employment relationship and its risks for employers? Can you appropriately conduct workplace investigations and implement practical, timely solutions? Benefit from our distinguished faculty’s expertise and insights in these

The Osgoode Certificate in Human Resources Law for HR Professionals

Do you have a solid understanding of the still-evolving laws governing the employment relationship and its risks for employers? Can you appropriately conduct workplace investigations and implement practical, timely solutions? Benefit from our distinguished faculty’s expertise and insights in these

HRPA York Region Webinar

COVID-19 update – what has changed since April 6th? What are the options available to reduce labour costs? We will review some of the options available and discuss the pros and cons of each. We will also discuss best practices and

Farber Group Webinar

Your employment relationship is governed by a legal contract. For most of  us, it is also your source of income and a critical component of your family’s financial health. So why would you make decisions based upon assumptions and misinformation?

The Osgoode Certificate in Human Resources Law for HR Professionals

Do you have a solid understanding of the still-evolving laws governing the employment relationship and its risks for employers? Can you appropriately conduct workplace investigations and implement practical, timely solutions? Benefit from our distinguished faculty’s expertise and insights in these

Toronto Entrepreneurs Conference Virtual Event Series

While we navigate through these uncertain times and practice social distancing for the time being we have decided to connect our community of Entrepreneurs through our #TECONF Conference Virtual Series. Employment Law Update: COVID-19 – What you Need to Know

Beyond The Bubble of COVID-19: The New Normal…

Virtual Event

As organizations in Ontario prepare to reopen for business, there is plenty for employers across all sectors, to be thinking about and considering before employees return to their places of work.  In light of COVID-19 and all that is now

RBC Wealth Management – Building a Healthy Dental Practice

Are you thinking of buying, or do you currently operate a dental practice? At this informative presentation, we’ll discuss: Common mistakes to avoid when buying a practice Bolstering your business with data analytics Getting back to work after COVID-19 Attendance

HRPA Toronto: *VIRTUAL ENG 17* Getting Back to Business

Covid-19 has changed the landscape of our working lives. So many questions to ask, a great many things to consider, and all with an (over)abundance of sources for information. Are you physically going back to work? Can you choose to

Ryerson Life after Law School – Talk & Discussion

Hear from guests from a broad range of practice areas about the paths they took after law school leading them to their current roles, while also reflecting on the sentiments and aspirations they had when they were in your shoes

The Advocates’ Society Fall Forum: New Frontiers

The Advocates' Society, in conjunction with the Young Advocates' Standing Committee, is pleased to present this one-of-a-kind event for lawyers in their first ten years of practice. Join YASC members from across the country and engage on issues that are

Ultimate Software: Strategic Use of Contracts and Policies

Virtual Event

Are your Canadian HR policies simply compliant – or are they strategic? Many organizations put policies in place to comply with applicable laws. However, compliance is just the starting point! Seize the opportunity to use employment contracts and HR policies

ACFI 2020 Fraud Conference and Post Conference Workshop

“Handling Harassment Investigations: How to Minimize Workplace Disruption & Legal Liability” Eric Poirier - Argus Research Group Stuart Rudner - Rudner Law Kristen Pennington - McMillan LLP https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PE4FAxkiUsE

NATIONAL DAY OF CONVERSATION (NDOC)

NDOC is a full-day of digital conversation focused on the issue of sexual harassment of fundraisers in the charitable and nonprofit sector. The goal of NDOC is to raise awareness about the issue of sexual harassment of fundraisers, to provide

Mediator Mastermind – How to Deal with Difficult Counsel

A Peer-to-Peer Mentoring and Coaching Group for Experienced Mediators. Brought to you by the ADR Institute of Ontario Inc. Do you have questions about managing mediations where counsel may be difficult? What strategies can you use? What does not work?

Ethics, Society & Law Career Panel: Where Are They Now?

Students in the Ethics, Society & Law program at Trinity College are welcome to join the upcoming Ethics, Society & Law Career Panel: Where Are They Now? This is a great opportunity for students to connect with ES&L alumni and

OBA: Receiving a Complaint and Initiating the Investigation

Nadia Zaman joins other lawyers to discuss Receiving a Complaint and Initiating the Investigation.

- When is an investigation required
- Determining the scope of the investigation (informal vs. formal)
- When to consider retaining an external investigator
- Considering interim measures (different reporting structure, leave of absence)
- Managing confidentiality considerations

$200.00

The New World of Work Employment Law Panel

Hosted & Facilitated by: Kathleen Jinkerson, Practice Leader, HR & Total Rewards Solutions, The Talent Company Join us as Kathleen Jinkerson moderates a panel event with Employment Lawyers for an open Q&A discussion on how the Pandemic has, hasn't, or

Canadian Virtual Employment Law Conference

Virtual Event

The Canadian Virtual Employment Law Conference hosts live sessions from industry speakers, and gives attendees networking opportunities! Visit different stages, sessions, and expo booths. Interact with speakers and other attendees. It's a live event experience - virtually. Presented by TorontoJobs.ca,

Employment Contracts and Policies for Law Firms

Virtual Event

OBA Solo Small Firm and General Practice Program Are you a solo looking to hire your first associate or staff member? Or do you already have a team, but are wondering if you have strong contracts and policies in place?

The Osgoode Certificate in Human Resources Law for HR Professionals

Virtual Event

Stuart designed this course about 15 years ago and is a founding co-Director.  Do you have a solid understanding of the still-evolving laws governing the employment relationship and its risks for employers? Can you appropriately conduct workplace investigations and implement

The Osgoode Certificate in Human Resources Law for HR Professionals

Virtual Event

Stuart designed this course about 15 years ago and is a founding co-Director.  Do you have a solid understanding of the still-evolving laws governing the employment relationship and its risks for employers? Can you appropriately conduct workplace investigations and implement

The Osgoode Certificate in Human Resources Law for HR Professionals

Virtual Event

Stuart designed this course about 15 years ago and is a founding co-Director.  Do you have a solid understanding of the still-evolving laws governing the employment relationship and its risks for employers? Can you appropriately conduct workplace investigations and implement

The Osgoode Certificate in Human Resources Law for HR Professionals

Virtual Event

Stuart designed this course about 15 years ago and is a founding co-Director.  Do you have a solid understanding of the still-evolving laws governing the employment relationship and its risks for employers? Can you appropriately conduct workplace investigations and implement

The Osgoode Certificate in Human Resources Law for HR Professionals

Virtual Event

Stuart designed this course about 15 years ago and is a founding co-Director.  Do you have a solid understanding of the still-evolving laws governing the employment relationship and its risks for employers? Can you appropriately conduct workplace investigations and implement

Employee Misconduct in Canada

Virtual Event

Stuart Rudner leads this online session to look at the legal considerations for employers in the event of misconduct. This will include assessing the need for an investigation and determining appropriate discipline.

Free

Fire Away – The Push for Paid Sick Days

Virtual Event

Stream the discussion live on the Rudner Law Facebook page or YouTube channel. Participate by asking questions, you can visit our Facebook Page and leave a comment on the video while you watch.

Free