How can nonprofits and social enterprises prepare for and respond to human resource related issues, in the face of a quickly evolving landscape?
COVID-19 is creating unprecedented disruption to the workplace and the world. We want to help your nonprofit, charity and/or social enterprise meet this challenge head on despite the unknown.
This webinar is not an update or informational session on COVID-19 itself, but is focused on how organizations can prepare, plan, mitigate and communicate effectively human resource related implications on their organization.
In this webinar we will cover the following topics:
Health and wellbeing of employees
Leaves that employees can access (vacation -> ESA leaves)
How to appropriately deal with layoffs (and mandated business closures)
Temporary Business Wage Subsidy
Occupational health and safety concerns/liability
We will also include time for a Q&A to give you a chance to ask your most pressing employment law questions.
TARGET AUDIENCE: Executive Directors, Board members, HR Professionals, Managers and anyone in a supervisory role
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Susan Toth is a London lawyer and partner at the law firm of Polishuk, Camman & Steele. Her legal practice focuses on employment and human rights law, although she also has a general civil litigation practice that includes private disputes and defamation. Susan is also adjunct faculty at Brescia University College and Western University. Susan has taught Law and Inequality, Media Law and Ethics, Diversity and the Canadian Family, and Business Law.
Susan is passionate about advocacy, social justice and community work, which she channels in her role as the Vice-Chair of the London Police Services Board.
In 2017, she received the Top 20 Under 40 Londoner award as well as a Canada 150 medal in recognition of her community work. This year, she will also be receiving the Ontario Bar Association Women Lawyers Forum Award of Excellence for the Promotion of Women’s Equality.
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