25 Jun Back to Business: Preparing to Re-Open in A Covid-19 World [Webinar Series]
ARE YOU OPENING YOUR BUSINESS AND HAVE SOME QUESTIONS?
Join this MUST-ATTTEND Webinar for Every Employer to get answers to your pressing questions.
As Canada reopens, the ever-changing restrictions and rules make this time stressful for most business owners. To help you operate with ease, our member, Peninsula has organized a series of webinars with experts Ryan Wozniak and Hope McManus on how to reopen your business and protect it and its future.
Please join Ryan Wozniak, SVP of Legal and Hope McManus, Head of Health and Safety as they take business owners through the crucial steps of protection and preparation during the COVID-19 pandemic and the necessary steps of getting back to business.
- Facts on COVID-19 and what to do now to protect your business and staff
- New employment laws and managing your workplace
- Updating workplace policies on sick pay and remote work rules
- Health and Safety regulations now required by law
- Supporting your employees during this challenging time
- Updating Health and Safety and HR Policies and Procedures
- Hiring, recalling and dismissal of employees
- Refusal to Return to Work
- OHS Considerations
- Effective and safe re-opening steps
This webinar is free to attend. Registration is required.
A series of complimentary webinars will take place every Tuesdays at 10 AM and Thursdays at 12:00 PM PDT until the end of June.
HOW to Register
Register for these webinars to receive the latest updates, best practice tips and answers to any pressing questions you have.
Senior VP of Legal, Peninsula
Prior to joining Peninsula, Ryan practiced litigation for 14 years with a particular emphasis on employment law. Ryan has appeared as lead counsel before all levels of court throughout Canada, including the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, the Court of Appeal for Ontario, the Commercial List court, the Ontario Labour Relations Board, the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, the British Columbia Supreme Court, the Tax Court of Canada and the Supreme Court of Canada, as well as before federal labour arbitrators.
Head of Health and Safety
Hope has 10 years of health and safety experience, having worked for one of the world’s biggest airlines as a Health and Safety professional. In addition, she has worked with other consulting firms in developing health and safety plans for historic Canadian landmarks such as the parliament buildings in Ottawa. Hope also has seasoned experience in business logistics and operations, with safety and HR management as a forefront. Hope’s focuses are in the area of her accreditations which include Risk Management training.
Please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any further questions, and we will do our best to assist you.