About This Webinar
We look at the key legal concerns for First Nations employers regarding return to work, including the impact of new and existing health and safety regulations and the need to update workplace policies, protocols and contingency plans. We will also discuss managing absenteeism relating to refusal to return to work, positive COVID-19 testing (and screening/clearance considerations when the employee returns), and childcare-related responsibilities and restrictions.

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This session is part of our Harris First Nations Employment Law Series on Managing Employment Law Challenges In The First Nations Workplace. Designed specifically for First Nations workplaces, administrations, economic development corporations, schools, health centres and First Nations-owned businesses, these sessions will equip members of Council, HR Managers, administrators and department leaders to manage human resource challenges that can occur in the workplace.

Our engaging virtual workshops will take a contextual look at current issues shaping the workplace law landscape, and address how employers can be prepared beyond the pandemic.

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HOW TO REGISTER FOR THE SERIES
To receive access to all five events in our First Nations Employment Law Series (for $200 + GST per person), please register at http://bigmarker.com/harris-company-llp/Managing-Employment-Law-Challenges-In-The-First-Nations-Workplace

Sorry, no cancellations or refunds available. If you cannot attend the live session, you will receive a link to the recording to watch later at your convenience.
Presenter
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    Scott McCann
    Partner
    Scott leads Harris & Company’s Indigenous law practice group. He has worked closely with First Nations, tribal councils and Indigenous organizations across British Columbia, Alberta, and the Yukon. Scott has a deep understanding of the unique requirements and challenges that can arise in the First Nations workplace. His practice focuses on human resources, terminations, policy development and human rights.