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Latest "Federal Programs for Workers and Employers due to COVID-19”

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45 minutes
Published
2020
Presenter(s)
Chris Sinal
Beth Traynor
Source
Middlesex Law Association
Provider
CPDOnline.ca
Language
English
Length
45 minutes
Price
$89.00 plus tax
Includes Handouts

The presenters will review the latest Federal programs available to workers and employers in response to COVID-19 as of April 17, 2020.

Employers thought recent whipsawing between two revisions to the Employment Standards Act, 2000 in one year was confusing.   However, that was nothing compared to the deluge of acronyms and information flooding us in this COVID-19 world.  CERBs, CEWS, work-sharing, not to mention OHSA and WSIB implications - if it feels like things are changing daily, you’re not imagining it.  

Presenters

Chris Sinal

Chris Sinal exclusively represents employers in managing their relationships with employees and labour unions, and works primarily with clients in the construction, manufacturing, and broader-public sectors. In addition to providing pragmatic day-to-day advice to clients on workplace issues, Chris represents unionized clients at grievance arbitration, collective bargaining, and interest arbitration. He also regularly advises clients in addressing union organizing drives, as well as union applications for certification.

Chris also acts for clients in responding to complaints to the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal, as well as defending them against Occupational Health and Safety charges and in WSIB appeals.

Beth Traynor

Beth Traynor is a partner in Siskinds' labour and employment group and has practiced exclusively management-side labour and employment law for her entire career.

Beth provides practical day-to-day advice and dynamic advocacy before Courts and administrative tribunals as she represents the interests of both unionized and non-unionized employers. Her clients rely on her advice for issues related to discharge and discipline, accommodation of disabilities, occupational health and safety, bullying, harassment and violence in the workplace, and all other issues arising with employees. Her busy practice takes her across Southern Ontario and the Near North.

In addition, Beth has been providing investigation services to clients and other organizations for over ten years. She also regularly conducts training sessions on a variety of subjects, including the conduct of investigations, respectful communication in the workplace, and the identification and avoidance of discrimination and harassment in the workplace. Beth is frequently asked to speak on labour and employment topics and has presented continuing education programs for the Law Society of Ontario, the Ontario Bar Association, community colleges, and numerous client events. She is also an active contributor to the L&E Group’s blog.

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