How to Keep it Legal – The Latest Legal Trends in Human Resources
June 20th 2017, 08:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Legends Restaurant of the Moncton Coliseum, Entrance C
Members - $50.00
Non Members - $75.00
(CDN, HST included)
CPHR Renewal Hours:
Cox & Palmer
Jamie Eddy is the managing partner of the Fredericton, New Brunswick office of Cox & Palmer and the New Brunswick Chair of the Employment and Labour Group.
Jamie’s practice is exclusively in the area of employment and labour law with extensive experience in wrongful dismissal lawsuits, human rights complaints, union certification applications, pensions, injunctions, grievance arbitrations, employment standards appeals, workers compensation appeals, employment insurance appeals, disability claims, preparation of employment contracts, employee policies and termination agreements, negotiation of collective agreements and general pro-active advice on employment and labour law issues. Jamie also provides a variety of pro-active training seminars for employers in the union and non-union workplace.
Jamie is: a member of the NB Human Resources Association; past chair of the Labour and Employment Section of the CBA, NB Branch; on the editorial board of the Federated Press, Executive Employment; and a lecturer of employment law at the University of New Brunswick.
|Jamie will review several cases that have arisen over the past year here in New Brunswick as well as in other Provinces providing advice, tips and take-aways you as HR Professionals, can implement in your workplace.
Please join us for a high intensity morning session that will cover legal trends in some of the most challenging areas facing HR professionals today.
We encourage you to bring your business leaders along. For those of you in unionized environments, why not invite your union leadership!
|This session would appeal to HR professionals, business leaders, managers, administrators, business owners, consultants, students and union leadership.
Please note that an additional fee of $10.00 will be charged in the following circumstances:
o Registrations received after the registration deadline
o Individuals who attend the event without registering.
o Individuals who register who are unable to attend however don’t cancel before the registration deadline.
Please note that individuals who register but are unable to attend must cancel before the registration deadline in order to receive a refund.