Workplace Law Reform in the Gig Economy


Toronto In-Class Course • Online Live Webinar | November 14th, 2018


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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 past is becoming a distant echo. Efforts to reduce costs by using temporary workers, contract workers, or other non-traditional relationships may not be effective any more. Make sure you're listening to the right sounds by attending this seminar.


Course Leader


Stuart Rudner | Rudner Law
Stuart Rudner is an Employment Lawyer and Mediator. He is the founding partner of Rudner Law, a firm that advises employers and employees in all aspects of the employment relationship. Stuart was selected by his peers for inclusion in "The Best Lawyers in Canada" in the area of Employment Law in 2016, 2017 and 2018; Consistently named in Canadian HR Reporter's Employment Lawyers Directory (a comprehensive directory of the top employment law and immigration law practitioners in Canada); Recognized as one of Canada's top Legal Social Media Influencers; Rudner Law is nominated as one of the Top Employment & Labour Boutiques in Canadian HR Reporter Reader's Choice Awards for 2018 (and Stuart's previous firm was selected as one of the top three Employment Law firms in 2016 and 2017); Author of two texts: You're Fired! Just Cause for Dismissal in Canada, and Canadian HR Law: An Introduction, and contributor to four other employment law texts; Founding Program Director of Osgoode Professional Development's HR Law for HR Professionals course and the co-founding Program Director of their Advanced HR Law for HR Professionals course; Host of Fire Away, a monthly online Employment Law Q&A show and founder and moderator of Canadian HR Law Group on LinkedIn (with over 15,000 HR professionals, lawyers and business people as members).

Course Highlights


  • Forces Driving Change
  • Components of the Gig Economy and the New Rules that Apply to them
  • Adapting to the New Realities
  • Ontario Reforms: Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act
  • Alberta Reforms: Bill 17, Fair and Family-Friendly Workplaces Act
  • Federal Budget Changes
  • Down the road

Guest Speakers


  • Martin Birt | Financial Post
  • Tom Duke | Partner, Miller Thomson LLP
  • Kathleen Jinkerson | Practice Leader, HR & Total Rewards Solutions, The Talent Company Ltd.
  • Dan McGarry | Sr. Divisional HR Manager, Global Wood Group
  • Liane Taylor | Senior Consultant, The Talent Company Ltd.
  • Brittany Taylor | Associate, Rudner Law
Networking lunch and refreshments are included.

In-Class Course Location:               Webinar Participants
333 Bay Street, 29th Floor                  An access link will be provided the week of the event
Toronto, ON
M5H 2R2

Registration Details


Toronto - November 14th, 2018
Thomson Reuters
333 Bay St, 29th Floor, Toronto, ON
M5H 2T4


  
Price: $1,195


 

Webinar - November 14th, 2018
Carswell Professional Development Centre

                                                                   



Price: 
$995

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