As the way we work and laws affecting workplaces continue to change, benefits professionals should ensure they are complying with new laws and protecting themselves against new forms of liability. This webinar will help benefits professionals understand the implications of relevant legal developments and how to navigate legislative changes in their own practices, looking at the following important considerations:
Wednesday September 13, 2023
12:00 - 1:00 PM ET
Free- Members of Any ISCEBS Chapter
$30 - Non-Members
Please click here to register. Add the event to your calendar and a Zoom meeting invitation will be provided just prior to the event.
This program qualifies for 1 CEBS compliance credit.
Visit www.cebs.org/compliance for more information.
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Joel is a partner with Williams HR Law, where he practices management side labour, employment and human rights law. He provides legal and strategic advice and training to both unionized and non-unionized employers in all areas of labour and employment law. Joel also represents employers before various courts, boards and tribunals.
Joel regularly presents before employers and human resources professionals. Joel has presented to the Human Resources Professionals Association, including at the HRPA’s Annual Conference, Annual HR Summit and Annual HR Law Conference, as well as the Toronto Entrepreneurs Conference, the CPA Ontario Association, various chambers of commerce across Ontario and other industry associations. Joel’s writing is frequently published in labour & employment law and human resources publications, including Canadian Employment Law Today, HR Reporter and HR Professional magazine.
Nhi Huynh is a lawyer at Williams HR Law LLP, where she practices in all areas of management-side labour, employment, and human rights law. In her practice, Nhi assists employers with a wide scope of legal issues and enjoys helping clients navigate alternative dispute resolutions and civil procedures. Along with being committed to resolving disputes, she focuses on equipping clients with tools to prevent disputes.
Nhi has presented through the OBA, HRD Employment Law Masterclass (Ontario and Alberta), and Lancaster House on employment contracts and policies; mental health in the workplace; workplace health and safety; and workplace accommodations. Along with presenting to legal and human resources professionals, she has published articles on diversity in the workplace, policies, and new developments with the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board, and Nhi is regularly published in the Canadian HR Reporter.