Strategic Use of Contracts and Policies
Are your Canadian HR policies simply compliant – or are they strategic?
Many organizations put policies in place to comply with applicable laws. However, compliance is just the starting point!
Seize the opportunity to use employment contracts and HR policies strategically in order to reduce labour costs, increase employment flexibility, and reduce liability for your organization. Plus, get updated on lessons learned from the pandemic.
Watch this 60-minute webinar to hear Canadian employment lawyers from Rudner Law discuss ways to strengthen your legal position as an employer, including:
- Drafting employment contracts strategically
- Assessing whether your “contractors” are really employees
- Ensuring that contracts are implemented properly (for new and existing employees)
- Reducing severance obligations and controlling post-dismissal costs
- Addressing post-employment obligations such as non-competition and non-solicitation
Featured Guest Speaker:
Stuart Rudner, Employment Lawyer and Mediator, Founder of Rudner Law
Stuart Rudner is an Employment Lawyer and Mediator and the Founder of Rudner Law, a boutique law firm specializing in HR law. Stuart is also the author of You're Fired! Just Cause for Dismissal in Canada and has been selected by his peers for inclusion in "The Best Lawyers in Canada" the area of Employment Law for the past six years.
Rudner Law was named one of the Top 3 Employment and Labour Boutiques in Canada in Canadian HR Reporter’s Readers’ Choice Awards, selected as the Silver Winner in the Canadian HR Awards in the Best Labour & Employment Boutique Law Firm category, named Canadian Employment Law Firm of the Year, and selected as a winner of the International Advisory Experts Award for Employment Law within Canada.