Windsor: IN-PERSON ABM plus AI in HR and Employment Law: Advancements, Challenges and Implications


Date and Time

Starts:05/09/2024 5:30 PM

Ends:05/09/2024 8:30 PM

Registration Closes:05/02/2024 8:00 AM

Event Type: Annual Business Meeting

1.5 CPD Hour(s)

Location:
The Windsor Club 2072 Riverside Dr E Windsor, ON

Price:

HRPA Members: Free
Non-Members: $60 + tax

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Availability

Additional Information

This is an IN-PERSON event. Registering online in advance is required. Registrations will not be accepted at the door.

A $35 + tax “no show/late cancellation” fee will be charged if cancellation is not provided to chaptercancellations@hrpa.ca at least 3 business days in advance. No exceptions.


Note: The Annual Business Meeting (ABM) portion of this event will include a report on Chapter activities, volunteer appreciation, and newly designated member recognition.

Event Sponsor


In this rapidly evolving era of artificial intelligence (AI), it is crucial for HR professionals to understand the impact of AI on the workplace and employment landscape. This presentation will equip HR professionals with the knowledge and tools necessary to navigate the impact of AI and the way we work. Through real-world examples and case studies, we will illustrate how AI is streamlining recruitment, enhancing employee engagement, optimizing performance management, and improving talent retention. Attendees will gain valuable insights into the legal implications and challenges that arise with the integration of AI in HR processes.

The presentation will also address the ethical considerations surrounding AI in the workplace, including the potential biases and discrimination that can arise from AI algorithms and how to mitigate these risks. We will discuss the importance of transparency, fairness, and accountability in AI-driven HR decision-making processes. In addition to the legal and ethical aspects, the presentation will cover the practical implications of AI implementation. HR professionals will gain insights into the skills and competencies required to effectively manage AI-driven systems and ensure a smooth transition for employees. The talk will also provide guidance on developing AI governance frameworks, establishing data privacy protocols, and fostering a culture of trust and collaboration between humans and machines.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand the evolving landscape of artificial intelligence (AI) and its potential impact on human resources (HR) and employment law.
  2. Explore the benefits and challenges of integrating AI into HR processes, including recruitment, workforce management, and compliance with employment regulations.
  3. Develop practical strategies for developing AI governance frameworks, establishing data privacy protocols, and fostering a culture of trust and collaboration between humans and machines.

Agenda:

5:30PM  Welcome and Networking
5:40PM  Dinner
6:30PM  Chapter Annual Business Meeting
7:00PM  Speaker Presentation | Q&A
8:30PM  Event Concludes

Registration Closes:  May 2, 2024 at 8:00 AM…or sooner if it sells out!

Registration Difficulties or Questions: Please reach out to our Chapter Experience Coordinator Bobbi-Lyn Smith at BLSmith@hrpa.ca

Speaker bio(s)
Jeffrey Patterson

Jeffrey Patterson is a partner and labour and employment lawyer at Miller Canfield’s Windsor office. He advises public and private sector clients on a wide range of labour and employment issues including labour disputes, grievance arbitrations, collective bargaining, interest arbitrations, wrongful dismissals, employment standards, workplace safety and insurance, employment contracts, human rights and accommodation and related court litigation. In his labour and employment practice, Jeffrey regularly represents clients before the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, the Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal, the Ontario Labour Relations Board, and the Ontario Superior Court of Justice.


Jessica Paglia

Jessica Paglia is an associate lawyer in Miller Canfield's Labour and Employment Group. Jessica has experience with a wide range of issues including labour disputes, grievance arbitrations, collective bargaining and collective agreements, employment contracts, workplace safety and insurance, human rights and accommodations, employment standards, wrongful dismissals, and related court litigation. Jessica has experience on matters within the Human Rights Tribunal, the Ontario Labour Board, and Ontario's Small Claims Court. Jessica also has experience with conducting third-party Workplace Investigation Reports. Jessica has provided training to clients on a variety of topics, including human rights and accommodations, health and safety, workplace harassment and violence, employment standards, WSIB audits, and unionized workplace standards.