Supporting Your Workforce During a Pandemic: Employment Law and HR Considerations

August 07, 2020

Supporting Your Workforce During a Pandemic: Employment Law and HR Considerations

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Our webinar walks you through key considerations as you reopen your business.

Businesses everywhere are facing new challenges as they get their operations back on track and their employees back to work. If you manage a workforce and want to learn more about the impacts businesses are facing and solutions to address them, this webinar is for you.

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Employment law and HR consultancy presenters will share leading insights and key considerations on the following topics:

  1. Returning Employees to the Workplace (temporary layoffs, leaves or illness related to covid-19)
  2. Requirements for a Safe and Healthy Workplace (WorkSafe BC Safety Plan, tips for employers/ employees)
  3. Considerations and Legal (high-risk employees, childcare, care for sick/disabled, constructive dismissal)
  4. Additional Considerations (refusals to work, privacy considerations)
  5. Acquiring/Retaining Talent and Managing Performance (Organizational structures, remote management)

To learn how MNP’s Human Resources Consulting team can help you, click here.

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