On-Demand Webcast: The Employment Standards Act and Bill 47


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Starts:11/20/2018 8:00 AM

Ends:11/20/2056 8:00 AM

1 Hour Hour(s)

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Your employees' minimum legal entitlements are prescribed by the Employment Standards Act, 2000 ("ESA"), which makes it an important piece of legislation for HR professionals to understand. 

The ESA underwent substantial changes with Bill 148 this past year – and now it is facing even more with Bill 47, which could take effect January 2019. 

What changes previously made to the ESA under Bill 148 will be repealed, maintained and changed with Bill 47?  What do the changes mean for employers and what should they do in the intervening period? 

This webcast is designed to provide attendees an overview of the ESA and its recent and proposed changes, as well as practical tips on how to navigate this changing time.   

 

Learning objectives:

  • Learn about employment standards legislation
  • Understand the recent and proposed changes to the Employment Standards Act, 2000
  • Gain strategies and practical tips on how to handle these changes

 

Who should attend?

HR professionals who want to understand employment standards legislation and get ahead of the changes to the ESA.

Speaker bio(s)
Ozlem Yucel, Associate

Ozlem Yucel is an Associate at Turnpenney Milne LLP, where she practices in all areas of employment law. She advises and represents employers and employees on employment standards, contracts and policies, terminations and constructive dismissals, human rights, and occupational health and safety matters. She also acts as independent workplace investigator.

Prior to joining Turnpenney Milne LLP, Ozlem practiced at a pre-eminent employment law firm and articled at the Ministry of Labour and the Ontario Labour Relations Board.

Ozlem obtained her law degree from Osgoode Hall Law School and an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree (in International Relations and Political Science) from the University of Toronto, where she graduated with distinction.

Ozlem sits on the Executive of the Ontario Bar Association’s Labour and Employment Law Section, as well as the Alternative Dispute Resolution Section.