The Canadian Labour and Employment Law blog: Join Us for Our Annual Canadian Employer Update Webinar

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What Canadian Employers Need to Know to Ring in 2024

In 2023, we helped Canadian employers overcome numerous new challenges in employment law. From cost-cutting decisions to adjusting to hybrid work environments, many companies faced unprecedented obstacles. Our team has worked diligently to keep our clients informed and ahead of the curve on these challenges, as well as new legislation, case law, and emerging workplace trends.

In our upcoming 75-minute “quick hits” event, we will provide valuable insights for Canadian in-house counsel and human resources leaders to prepare for 2024.

TIME: 11:00 AM TO 12:15 PM ET

Our discussion will cover:

  • Key legislative developments, including:
    • The progress and implications of Ontario’s latest “Working for Workers” legislation
    • Implications of Pay Transparency Legislation in British Columbia and the rest of Canada
    • An update on implementing changes imposed by French Language Legislation in Quebec and the Federal Jurisdiction
  • Significant case law developments impacting:
    • Alberta’s new “tort” of harassment
    • Discrimination based on family status in British Columbia
    • Termination provisions in Ontario
    • Changes to the substratum rule
  • Immigration developments and lessons learned in 2023
  • Best practices for managing generative AI in the workplace
  • Navigating key Competition Act changes

George Avraam

George is a seasoned trial and appellate litigator with extensive experience representing clients before administrative tribunals and courts across Canada, including the Supreme Court. His expertise includes high-stakes labour litigation, fraud, trade secrets disputes, partnership disputes, employment class-actions, and public law matters involving the Charter. George also provides strategic counsel to Boards on critical financial, regulatory, and executive-level issues.

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