|DATE:||Le 7 avril 2020|
|15h00 à 16h30|
Filion Wakely Thorup Angeletti LLP is a proud member of Advocates for Employers of Canada (AEC). AEC is an alliance of management-side labour and employment law practitioners from across Canada. We advocate for clients in every sector of the economy, from large multi-national corporations, mid-size national and local organizations, to entrepreneurs, not-for-profits, and we advise at all levels of government.
As COVID-19 continues to spread, employers are faced with an increasing number of challenges which range from maintaining workplace health and safety, to ensuring ongoing business viability. Join us for an informative online session with AEC lawyers from each jurisdiction across the country. In this session we will review:
•Government and employment standards initiatives in each Canadian jurisdiction
•Tips and best practices for maintaining health and safety – social distancing initiatives, temperature checks, schedule changes, etc.
•Use of salary reductions, leaves, temporary layoffs, and wage subsidies to deal with closures and revenue challenges
•Available alternatives – Work Share Program, Supplemental Employment Benefit Program, etc.
|DATE:||Le 7 avril 2020|
|15h00 à 16h00|
With the current worldwide pandemic and the strong emphasis on social distancing and isolation strategies, it has become crucial for most employers to look at alternative work arrangements, one of the most widely used has been to allow employees to work from home. Whether or not an employer has had any experience with this type of work arrangement before, many are facing new territory with the COVID-19 crisis. Please join Janet Salopek and Cindy Sidhu of Salopek & Associates as they provide you with tools, tips and resources on how to effectively manage a remote workforce. Everything from motivating and engaging remotely working employees and how to manage productivity and performance. Other topics to be covered include effective communication, the importance of staying connected and promoting and maintaining the health and wellness of employees working from home
FREE webinar: Well-Being & Mental Health Support during COVID-19 Pandemic, and beyond (for HR Professionals)
|DATE:||Le 9 avril 2020|
|14h45 à 16h00|
Given the state of current global COVID-19 pandemic, CPHR BC & Yukon has organized a webinar to help our HR professionals navigate the added stress and anxiety on everyday life, not only in supporting their organizations, but for themselves as well.
The sessions will be facilitated by Sean Raible, a Mental Health advocate/speaker/consultant who brings his 20 years of global HR experience and personal experience to this field.
The session will focus on self-care, care for others, working remotely (including leading teams), and common behaviors that can show up during a pandemic. The intention is to both acknowledge current state and to provide top tips to stay connected and maintain health and well-being during these times. In addition, Sean will also share advice on how mental health can be integrated and better aligned to broader Benefits, I&D and business strategies.
Learn key tips for participants and their organizations that can be applied during a pandemic but also can be used in any significant change or business continuity impact.
- Self Care
- Care for Others
- Remote working - including leading others
- Common Behaviors from a pandemic
- 4 Key Pillars of 'Change One Life' and how to improve mental health in the workplace
|DATE:||Le 16 avril 2020|
|13h30 à 14h30|
The labour market has shifted significantly over the last decade, pushing Canada’s workforce growth to near zero. This coupled with the rise of social media and a meteoric gig economy has created candidates with a wide degree of individual choice.
So, what do you do when "You don’t select the talent – the talent picks you."
You attend an HR management webinar – and see first-hand the brand building and recruitment strategies and tactics adopted by today's top tier Canadian employers.
With over 40,000 Canadian clients, Jennifer will share data exclusive to ADP - unavailable anywhere else. Participate in the conversation, compare the data to yours and your colleague's work-place reality, and leave with practical HR solutions you can implement today.
The key ingredients for continued industry success are in place. If you’re planning how your company can adapt and leverage the needs of the future workforce – then this is the session for you.
In this presentation, you will:
- Learn how to amplify their brand as a destination employer
- Identify the social media channels where candidates are active
- Learn the biggest mistakes when it comes to employee retention; and
- Return to the office with the beginnings of a business case to achieve best-in-class recruitment, engagement and retention
|DATE:||Le 5 mai 2020|
|13h15 à 14h30|
Recruitment and retention are HR functions that require strategic thought and planning. While lower unemployment rates, an aging population, and skill shortages are challenging, HR professionals are faced with the additional impact first impressions and gut feelings can have on recruitment success. How can we be aware of our (un)conscious bias and minimize them not only in the recruitment cycle but post hire when making development and compensation decisions?
Join us as we discuss how to prevent unfair, inaccurate judgments that may lead you to overlooking talent, or at worst discrimination. We will also look at what kind of biases influence your decision and how biased hiring and management decisions result in less diverse teams and cost your organization money and talent.
In this presentation, you will:
- Establish a foundational understanding of how bias affects decision-making and long-term talent management decisions
- Explore the impacts of the kinds of biases that impact recruitment and people management
- Learn about best practices for awareness and overcoming unconscious bias
- Learn tips to enhance your organizations Diversity and Inclusion strategy
|DATE:||Le 20 mai 2020|
|13h30 à 14h30|
There have been may payroll and human resources implementation disasters when outdated legacy systems are replaced, most notable example here in Canada is the Federal Government’s Phoenix Project. Modern payroll and HR systems today are utilizing the digital, software-as-a-service (SaaS), cloud-based platforms which has resulted in a shift to standardizing legacy processes to a more simplified best practice process structure. This in turn is having effect on the financial management, payroll and HR processes organizations are utilizing in this modern digital age.
This session will address how to mitigate your risks from today’s modern HR and payroll systems; gain better benefits realizations and avoid disastrous implementations.
There are significant economic advantages to be found in moving processes such as HR / Payroll to the cloud first in a hybrid strategy:
- Self-service opportunities & immediate access to real time data
- Standardized reporting & standardized business processes
- Reduced hardware & software costs
- Seamless updates re: Payroll standards & government changes
- OCM requirements are more readily accepted corporately for personal & self-service opportunities
|DATE:||Le 14 juillet 2020|
|8h00 à 0h00|
What does a mentally healthy workplace look like? Imagine... Employees are engaged and passionate about their jobs, often surpassing expectations and productivity markers set by management. Management, staff and all other players motivate one another and enjoy satisfying, reciprocal professional relationships. Sick time and disability claims are at an all-time low and employee retention rates are the envy of other organizations. Morale and employee satisfaction are so exceptional that attracting qualified candidates is a breeze when vacancies come up. You develop a stellar corporate reputation and are recognized as a leader in your industry and a great place to work. Your organization absolutely thrives! Sounds good, right?
This session will equip you with the necessary tools to be proactive about workplace wellness and foster a psychologically safe work environment. Mental health issues account for about one third of all disability claims in Canadian workplaces, and 70% of the total costs. In addition to the impact of absenteeism, many organizations are experiencing diminished productivity, disengagement and other effects of “presenteeism”—employees being physically present at work but functioning below their capacity due to mental distress. Employers have a duty to make reasonable accommodations for health conditions whether physical or mental in nature but offering support and implementing accommodations can be complex when it comes to mental health concerns. Topics covered in this session will include:
- Mental health: what it is, its place in our overall health and its impact in the workplace
- Stigma, and the blatant and more subtle forms this type of discrimination can take
- Legal responsibilities and rights of the employer and employee, including the duty to inquire, duty to make reasonable accommodations
- Understanding depression and anxiety, the most common mental disorders in Canada
- Talking about mental health problems in the workplace: practical conversation tools
- Connecting employees with professional support: who, what, when and how?
- Resources, next steps and easy-to-implement strategies to be proactive (vs. reactive) and promote positive mental health at work and at home
Join Psychological Health & Safety Consultant Elizabeth Eldridge for a thought provoking morning exploring the many implications of mental health at work and its relevance to your role as a Human Resource Professional.
|DATE:||Le 7 décembre 2020|
|7h00 à 17h00|
Les 5 et 6 mai 2020
POINTS SAILLANTS DE LA CONFÉRENCE
- Des séances de formation simultanées faites sur mesure avec des experts de l’industrie offrant une analyse approfondie des sujets et des questions d’importance en matière des RH.
- Un salon professionnel présentant les toutes dernières nouveautés en ce qui est des outils, des technologies et des propositions en RH.
- Le souper gala des Prix d’excellence de CRHANB - une célébration de ce qu’il y a de mieux au sein des RH du Nouveau-Brunswick.
- Fréquentée par plus de 200 praticiens en ressources humaines, PDGs, cadres supérieurs, prestataires de services et autres parties prenantes en RH de partout au Canada atlantique.
Les Conseillers en ressources humaines agréés du Nouveau-Brunswick vous encouragent à participer à ces possibilités d’apprentissage et de partage qui seront offertes à la conférence. Avec plus de 825 membres partout au Nouveau-Brunswick, CRHANB s’engage à livrer un programme de qualité pour tous les participants, y compris les nouveaux praticiens et les praticiens chevronnés.
Les participants à la conférence se mériteront jusqu’à un maximum de huit (8) heures par jour envers le renouvellement de leur titre de CRHA.
Visitez le site Web de notre conférence pour TOUS LES DÉTAILS EXCITANTS!