On-Demand Webcast: Hours of Work and Overtime


Date and Time

Starts:07/09/2019 8:00 AM

Ends:01/12/2021 8:00 AM

1 Hour Hour(s)

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HRPA Members:
$20 + Taxes
Non-Members:
$65 + Taxes
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Employers across Ontario collectively have a billion-dollar unfunded liability, in the form of unpaid overtime.  Worst of all, many of them don't even know about it – or have substantial misconceptions about how it works.  This webcast explores that enormous potential exposure and how it can be addressed.

 

We will review the law as it applies to provincially regulated employers in Ontario, how it is applied in specific circumstances, how legal cases in this area are typically addressed, and strategies that employers can consider using to address and limit their liability in this area.  We will also deal with the various limits that must be imposed on employees who work more than a regular work week.


Learning Objectives:

  • Understanding the statutory obligation to pay overtime
  • Who is eligible?  Who is not?
  • Recent changes to the law (and subsequent changes to those changes)
  • Strategic considerations to limit potential legal exposure
  • Policy and contract preparation 


Who should attend:

Human resource professionals, finance managers, operations managers.

Speaker bio(s)
Daniel Chodos

An experienced employment lawyer, Daniel Chodos has worked at two of the most respected labour and employment law firms in Canada, where he advises both employees and employers in resolving the various types of disputes that arise within the employment relationship.

Daniel has litigated numerous cases, including such issues as wrongful dismissals, human rights, employment standards, workplace violence and harassment, and employment insurance. He also has a background in labour law and collective bargaining.

With this background, Daniel has represented both employees and employers before numerous administrative tribunal hearings and in the courts, including the Ontario Labour Relations Boards, the Human Rights Tribunal and the Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal.