Littler LLP: Sari Springer, Sarah Crossley, George Vassos, Monty Verlint
A Littler Event: important employment decisions for 2016 affecting the workplace
Employment law in Canada is forever changing and 2016 was no exception. All employers need to be prepared for 2017, and beyond. The panel will discuss important employment decisions of 2016 and how these decisions will affect your workplace and practices. In addition to providing you with information on these developments, the speakers will provide you with some practical tips and suggestions on how to move forward in this “brave new world" such as:
- Just cause
- Guidance from courts on workplace investigations
- Deficient termination clauses
- Bonus entitlements upon termination
We hope you can join us for what will be a very educational and interesting program!
CLE, CPD, SPHR/PHR, and SHRM certifications are pending.
Please contact Kellie Cromarty at KCromarty@littler.com or 973.848.4752.
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