Join Our Employment & Human Rights Breakfast Seminar on April 5th
Posted on February 8, 2018
This session will provide you with the latest information on diversity, harassment and workplace investigations.
- Inclusive Practices of Gender Diversity with the Passing of Bill C-16 (“gender identity & expression” as protections in the Canadian Human Rights Act)
By: Drew Dennis, Principal Partner with TransFocus, a BC-based consulting firm providing transgender resources and expertise
- Importance of a Bullying and Harassment Policy in the Workplace
By: Georg Reuter, Partner and Practice Leader of RBS’ Employment & Human Rights Group
- A Perspective from WorkSafeBC: Policies, Prevention, and Bullying and Harassment in the Workplace
By: Jessica Berglund, Senior Manager of Prevention Field Services at WorkSafeBC
- Employers and HR – The Importance of Conducting a Workplace Investigation
By: Nicole Mangan, Partner and member of RBS’ Employment & Human Rights Practice Group, and Leader of RBS’ Commercial Leasing Group
- Court Decisions Addressing Workplace Investigations
By: Michelle Quinn, Associate and member of RBS’ Employment & Human Rights, Litigation & Dispute Resolution, and Personal Injury Law Groups
Date & Time: Thursday, April 5, 2018 from 8:15 AM to 10:30 AM
Venue: Rosewood Hotel Georgia (Bowden Room), 801 West Georgia St.
Registration Details: A $25 registration fee applies for non-clients, and all monies received will be donated to CKNW Children’s Charities’ Pink Shirt Day whose aim is to raise funds to support anti-bullying programs. Cash or cheques made payable to Richards Buell Sutton LLP will be accepted during registration on the day of the seminar.