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Five Good Ideas about re-opening your workplace post COVID-19
May 21 @ 1:00 pm - 1:45 pm
What does the “new normal” look like for workplaces? Organizations had to quickly transform to adjust to the restrictions imposed by COVID-19, and now they will have to be just as nimble to respond to the challenges of re-opening their workplace when the restrictions are removed. Even if all restrictions are removed, there is no question that workplaces will be transformed by what we have gone through in the past few months.
On May 21, join us for a webinar with Robyn Osgood, Managing Director, McMillan Vantage Policy Group, and Dave McKechnie, Chair, Employment & Labour Relations, McMillan LLP. Robyn and Dave are going to provide five good ideas for organizations to implement as we adjust to the “new normal,” including addressing crisis management, re-examining how we work, and implementing lessons learned over the course of this crisis that will become best practices going forward.
After the presentation, there will be time for your questions.
About the presenters
Chair, Employment & Labour Relations, McMillan LLP
Dave practices in all areas of labour and employment law at both the provincial and federal level. He advises and represents employers with respect to employee hiring and dismissal, wrongful dismissal claims, disability management and benefit issues, workplace accommodation, harassment, employment standards, employment contracts, employment policies, human rights, grievance arbitration, negotiation and administration of collective agreements, workers’ safety and insurance and Canada Labour Code unjust dismissal complaints. Dave also has experience in relation to employee and retiree benefits class action claims.
Managing Director, McMillan Vantage Policy Group
Robyn has almost 30 years of experience providing strategic communications counsel, and developing and implementing communications plans. Working with senior leaders, she has developed strategies to support membership engagement and change-management initiatives, and managed large-scale, national campaigns.