On-Demand Webcast: COVID 19: CERB and CEWS and the rest – Leveraging Government Programs and Legal Risks


Date and Time

Starts:04/20/2020 12:00 PM

Ends:04/20/2056 1:30 PM

Event Type: Webcast

1.5 CPD Hour(s)

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HRPA Members:
Complimentary
Non-Members:
$65 + Taxes
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Session will open for registration soon. Please check back April 23, 2020 9 am.

About the Session

Since March 15, 2020, Canadian businesses have struggled with unprecedented challenges due to COVID 19. This on-demand webinar will update you on the government programs that are available to your business and brief you on the best practices that have developed over the last five weeks. The end includes some time with Neena answering questions.

Learn about the different incentives and programs designed to assist employers:

  • Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy – who is eligible, who is not and the gaps
  • The 10% Small Business Subsidy – who is eligible, who is not and the gaps
  • EI Work-sharing – does it make sense anymore?
  • The Student Wage Subsidy

  • Who should attend this program?

    All levels of HR and Finance who are assisting their businesses cope with the unprecedented impact of COVID 19.

Speaker bio(s)
Neena Gupta

Neena is a partner in Gowling WLG’s Waterloo Region and Toronto offices. Her practice focuses on a broad range of employment and human rights matters. Neena has advised a broad range of employers, from start-ups to world-renowned multinationals on all aspects of employment law, including employment policies, offer letters, compensation plans, cross-border employment and regulatory compliance in Canada. She regularly advises employers on both compliance and litigation involving the Ontario Human Rights Code, the Canadian Labour Code, and Canadian Human Rights Act, Accessibility for Ontarians with Disability Act (AODA) and the Employment Standards Act, 2001 (Ontario). She served for five years as a governor of the Law Commission of Ontario, which focuses solely on law reform and is currently on the Rules Committee of the Ontario Superior Court. She is a director of TiE Toronto, which is part of an international network supporting entrepreneurship. In 2002, Neena was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II’s Golden Jubilee medal in recognition of her service to the legal profession and the community at large. She is the president of the Canadian South Asian Club (Wellington-Waterloo) and the corporate secretary of TiE Toronto.