Toronto: 07.30.20 *VIRTUAL ENG 17* Getting Back to Business
Covid-19 has changed the landscape of our working lives. So many questions to ask, a great many things to consider, and all with an (over)abundance of sources for information.
Are you physically going back to work? Can you choose to stay at home and work remotely? What if you refuse to go back to work? What about your safety in this new workplace? These are pressing questions that Stuart Rudner, Employment Lawyer and Mediator, can expertly shed light on. Whether you are an employee OR an employer, learn from Stuart on how to make the choices that are right for you!
Join Stuart for Virtual ENG #17 on Thursday July 30th @ 5:30pm for a powerful, informative, and important session.
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Speaker Bio:Stuart Rudner
Stuart Rudner is perennially selected by his peers for inclusion in “The Best Lawyers in Canada” in the area of Employment Law. He is routinely named in Canadian HR Reporter’s “Employment Lawyers Directory” (a comprehensive directory of the top employment law and immigration law practitioners in Canada) and is recognized as one of Canada’s top Legal Social Media Influencers. In October 2018, Stuart was recognized as the only Legal Influencer in Canadian HR Law in the first Lexology Awards.
Trained in Alternative Dispute Resolution techniques and acting as a Mediator in Employment matters, he is able to see things from a third side: that of a neutral third party, working with those involved to achieve a reasonable resolution to their issues.
As a firm and with his family, Stuart supports a number of worthwhile causes including 360Kids, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, United Way, One Voice Network, Job Skills, Family Education Centre, Lawyers International Food Enterprise (LIFE), and Volunteer Lawyers Network.
Stuart believes in giving back to the professional communities of which he is a part. To that end, he has been actively involved in the Canadian and Ontario Bar Associations and has held several leadership positions. He has also volunteered countless hours leading sessions on HR Law topics and serving on committees for the HRPA and is currently on the Board of Directors of the International Association for Human Resource Information Management (IHRIM).