How can you withdraw from a file where you have a high conflict/demanding client? In doing so, how can you avoid a complaint to the Law Society – and if you can’t, what can you expect? The second session in this two-part webinar series explains.
In this timely discussion, KEL Kelowna’s David Brown will be presenting on employers’ obligations under the British Columbia Human Rights Code, including a discussion on the always challenging topics of disability management, the duty to accommodate and undue hardship.
Trevor will be presenting at CBA Law Week through the People’s Law School. Join Trevor at the Richmond Public Library to learn about “The Employment Standards Act – Your Rights & Obligations”.
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.
On February 21st, Erin Brandt will join lawyer Alex Boland for Connect Family Law’s Divorce Salon on the topic of working during divorce.
On February 24th, Erin Brandt will share her knowledge and experience with the members of Women Leading the Way™, the Minerva Foundation’s leadership training program for high-potential women.
With topics ranging from hiring to firing, each Forum rests on the principles of Sustainable Employment and the goals of talent attraction, engagement, productivity and loyalty. The focus of our February Forum, hosted by Trevor Thomas, is Engagement and Retention: What Works?
What are the risks and challenges that cannabis presents to the workplace in a changing legislative and cultural landscape? On January 26, David Brown offers an employment law perspective on this question at HRMA’s Legal Symposium 2017 in Vancouver.
How can lawyers identify high conflict/demanding clients before taking them on and avoid being retained? For lawyers who are working with difficult clients, how can you understand their needs and cope with their demands? This first session of a two-part webinar explains.
Kent Employment Law (KEL) 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 Employer Forums offer an opportunity to connect and learn from each other in a casual, relaxed […]