On March 15th Trevor Thomas will be speaking about “Sexual Harassment and Bullying in the Workplace: The Employee’s Perspective” at the Coulson Litigation Seminar on Harassment in the Hospitality Industry.
Come to this in-depth seminar and hear three experts, including KEL Kelowna’s David Brown, offer guidance, cautions and outline their roadmap for the future.
During this panel discussion, RIchard Johnson will explain and debate the ethical and legal challenges of dealing with this delicate area of human resource management.
At this year’s Pacific Dental Conference in Vancouver, Erin Brandt and Heidi Eaves, Principal at Project House Business Solutions, will speak about the legal and human resources issues that dentists face as employers.
This session will cover best practices for drafting bulletproof contracts, avoiding the pitfalls and liabilities of misclassifying workers and a discussion of the challenges of a “gig economy”.
Simon Kent presents at the Conference Board of Canada’s February 2018 workshop in Vancouver, providing a legal perspective that will help managers make the right decisions when it comes to workplace mental health.
In this class, learn about the legal issues that may affect you in the workplace. KEL Lawyer Trevor Thomas explains the essentials of the Employment Standards Act, the law that sets out standards every employer and employee must follow.
Kent Employment Law (KEL)’s Kelowna office invites you to be a part of its ongoing Employer Forums, our resource for forward-thinking business owners and HR professionals. Created for employers striving to “do good” for their employees, their communities, and the world, our Forums offer an opportunity to connect and learn from each other in a […]
Join Erin Brandt and Heidi Eaves at CPHR’s Legal Symposium 2018 in Vancouver to explore how the issues we face today interact with our current legal landscape.
What are the risks and challenges that cannabis presents to the workplace in a changing legislative and cultural landscape? Richard Johnson explains at the November CPHR Yukon Legal Symposium in Whitehorse.