Dealing with difficult accommodations in the workplace
Collaborating with employees to create effective accommodation strategies
How to develop best practices for your unique situation
Accommodating remote and international employees
Who Should Attend This Event
Human Resources Managers
Employment Assistance Providers
Human Resources Generalists
Return-to-Work Managers and Coordinators
Human Resources Officers
Disability Management Consultants
Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Managers
Compensation and Benefits Managers
Federal Sector Employees
This event is eligible for 12 hours of continuing professional development (CPD) and continuing learning education (CLE) credits that are required by provincial law societies on a yearly basis. As CPD programs are usually
online self-reporting systems, please contact your regulating body to apply for the accreditation of this course. Upon request we will provide you with a certificate of attendance for professional development credits based on the
sign-in/sign-out sheet at the registration desk onsite at the event - don't forget to sign in when you arrive for your course!
In attempting to accommodate your in-need employees, the line between due diligence and undue hardship is often blurred.
Whether this blurring stems from poor communication, a misunderstanding of your duties, or the mismanagement of important documentation, failing to properly accommodate can lead to unnecessary litigation, diminished employee engagement, and the erosion of your corporate reputation.
Professionals in the field, from both private and public sectors, will shed light on the shifting landscape of labour law.
From the induction of Bill C-65, which re-writes how government officials handle workplace harassment, to the issues rising out of cannabis legalisation, this in-depth educative event will focus on real cases offering you proven strategies that ensure workplace equity and the overall maintenance of employer-employee relations.
The blend of civil servants and labour law professionals will guide you through the muddy waters of disability claims, return-to-work scheduling, substance misuse, workplace harassment, and family status issues to ensure your comfort in handling specific scenarios these experts face every day. The focus maintains a push for real cases in human rights and employment law ensuring the lessons learned are absolutely pertinent. These strategies offer up-to-date information, reflecting progressive ideals, helping you navigate your management style for the betterment of all stakeholders.
It has become increasingly difficult to understand when you need to make accommodations and how to manage them. Join us in Ottawa to get caught up on case law developments and learn skills and strategies for accommodating your employees effectively. Register today!
This event is eligible for Substantitive Hours towards continuing professional development credits. Upon request we will provide you with a certificate of attendence for professional development credits based on the sign-in/sign-out sheet at the registration desk onsite at the event - don't forget to sign in when you arrive for your course!
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