Two Taylor McCaffrey LLP lawyers presenting at CPHR Manitoba: 2018 HR Legislative Review

By Taylor McCaffrey LLP on 2018/04/24

Taylor McCaffrey LLP is proud to be a supporting sponsor and presenter at CPHR’s 2018 HR Legislative Review on May 2, 2018. Jamie Jurczak and Ryan Savage partners at Taylor McCaffrey practising in Labour & Employment will be presenting on top-of-mind topics related to human resources and employment law, and discussing changes over the last year.

Jamie Jurczak’s presentation will discuss violence and harassment in the workplace and will cover:

  • Organizational policies and procedures
  • Crisis response
  • Third-party investigations
  • Human rights forum

Ryan Savage’s presentation will focus on the protocol involving an employee’s departure from a company, which includes:

  • Duty of loyalty
  • Duty of confidence
  • Post-employment obligations
  • Contractual obligations
  • Statutory obligations

Other presentations topics include disability law, immigration law, legalization of marijuana and cybersecurity. CPHR Manitoba is the professional association dedicated to strengthening the human resources profession and upholding the highest standards of practice.

For more information about the CPHR – 2018 HR Legislative Review click here.

We encourage CPHR members to talk to a labour & employment lawyer at Taylor McCaffrey if they are seeking advice or counsel on a specific situation.



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