Jill Wilkie is a trusted advisor to employers and specializes in advising on all aspects of labour and employment law. Her experience includes advising companies on the discipline and dismissal process, the defence of wrongful, constructive and unjust dismissal claims, the development of policies, drafting employment contracts, the negotiation and arbitration of labour agreements and disputes, employment standards, human rights and accommodation, privacy law, workplace investigations, workers’ compensation, drug and alcohol testing, and occupational health & safety. Jill has developed significant expertise in assisting clients in the health and education industries, as well as in Alberta’s indigenous communities. She speaks frequently and has written widely, most recently on emerging issues in connection with random drug and alcohol testing in the workplace, workplace surveillance, privacy breaches and the broadening scope of requests for personal information, among others. Jill is a member of the Chartered Professionals in Human Resources of Alberta, is a member of Miller Thomson’s Inclusion and Diversity Committee and serves as Chair of the Privacy Committee of the Canadian Association of Counsel to Employers (CACE).
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