Learn the Latest at the 
 Ontario Employment Law Conference 

Reserve your seat today for Ontario's essential one-day
employment law update!

Employers face more changes to their legal obligations in 2017 and beyond—on top of your regular HR challenges. Join First Reference and Stringer LLP on June 20, 2017, to understand the key new requirements and get up to date on the issues that are affecting you, including:

  • Independent and dependent contractors and employees
  • ESA-only termination clauses
  • When is it truly over? A primer on resignations
  • The Changing Workplaces Review — what employers can expect
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in the workplace
  • Medical marijuana in the workplace
  • AODA employment standards compliance
  • Workplace harassment investigations
  • Managing cyber-bullying, social media and other digital perils

See the full agenda here.

Seats are limited. Register today to make sure you get yours!

BOOK YOUR SEAT

Who should attend the Ontario Employment Law Conference?

  • VP/Director/Manager, Labour Relations and Employment Law
  • Human resources managers
  • Payroll staff
  • Staff members responsible for personnel and human resources
  • Business owners
  • Employment and human resources professionals
  • Supervisors and managers

Conference rates

  Subscribers Non-subscribers
Single attendee $599 $729
Each additional attendee $549 $649

Registration includes the full-day conference, exclusive conference materials to take away with you, parking, refreshments, a continental breakfast and lunch. HRPA members also get 6.25 continuing professional development hours for attending the conference.

The location features free high-speed wireless and individual charge stations so you can keep in touch with your office—or tweet your peers.

Plus, you can pick one of three small-group breakout sessions to focus on a key topic that suits your needs:

  • AODA employment standards compliance
  • Workplace harassment investigations
  • Managing cyber-bullying, social media and other perils of the electronic workplace
register today!

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Earn continuing education hours!

This program is approved for 6.25 HRPA CPD hours.

The conference also qualifies for up to 5.25 hours of human resources law content, which may apply toward substantive CPD hours for lawyers and paralegals. In addition, this program complies with the Quebec requirements for activities automatically recognized as "out-of-province" activities.