OAC’s Virtual Meeting Series “In Discussion With” - Lisa Cabel, KPMG Canada
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OAC’s Virtual Meeting Series “In Discussion With” - Lisa Cabel, KPMG Canada

Join OAC for a MEMBER ONLY discussion series targeted to address the COVID-19 impact and provide insight and tools for organizations to navigate through to the new post COVID reality. Take a look at our guest speaker line up below.

2020-06-03
When: Wednesday, June 3, 2020
2:00 - 3:00 pm EST
Where: WEBINAR
Canada
Contact: Natasha Gagnon
+1-416-616-7554


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OAC’s “In Discussion With” – Virtual Meeting Series

 

Join OAC for a member only discussion series targeted to address the COVID-19 impact and provide insight and tools for organizations to navigate through to the new post COVID reality.

OAC invites you to join an interactive discussion with special guests who will share their perspective on the situation as it unfolds, impact to global aerospace and the business support measures available. 

These sessions will occur weekly on Wednesdays from 2:00 – 3:00 pm and will follow the following format:  a 30-minute presentation from our guest speaker, followed by an open Q&A with participants.

Registration is free of charge and this is a member only activity. Once registered, you will be provided log-in details by email one (1) day prior to the event.

 

Register for this week's “In Discussion With”:


JUNE 3, 2020            2:00 – 3:00 pm

Lisa Cabel, National Leader, Employment and Labour Law
KPMG Law LLP

"The new face of the workplace"

As we emerge from the peak of the pandemic and discussions begin about reopening the economy, plans will need to be made for returning employees back to the workplace. However, bringing employees back to the workplace will not be as simple as unlocking the doors and letting everyone back in.

There are many long-term changes that employers will also need to consider in terms of how and where work is performed, many of which will be shaped by guidance provided by provincial and public health authorities.We have compiled a list of items for employers to consider as they begin planning for a return to the workplace. These include:

  • Introduction of employment agreements and policies that address a virtual or remote work environment;
  • Health & safety provisions;
  • Recalling employees from layoff;
  • Potential work refusals;
  • The ongoing duty to accommodate family status claims; and
  • Communication & employee well-being.
    

 

Lisa Cabel

National Leader,
Employment and Labour Law
KPMG Law LLP


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