The Canada Labour Code: A Primer for Federally Regulated Employers
Federally regulated businesses must follow different employment standards than those under provincial jurisdiction. Learn the finer points of compliance under federal employment standards legislation
The Canada Labour Code applies to employees who work in federally regulated industries across Canada, such as banks, interprovincial trucking, railroads, First Nations, telecommunications, broadcasting and airlines. Part III of the code sets out minimum standards for employees working in federally regulated industries, such as hours of work, wages, vacation and holidays.
If you are in a federally regulated industry, attend this webinar and find out what employment rules apply to your company’s workplace and learn about some of the unique provisions of the Canada Labour Code.
• Criteria to Determine if Federally Regulated
• The Basics
• Key Provisions
• Termination: Unique under the Canada Labour Code
Presenters: Tom Gorsky and Jennifer Hodgins, Sherrard Kuzz LLP
Thomas Gorsky is a highly experienced and accomplished practitioner of employment law with Sherrard Kuzz LLP in Toronto. He has extensive courtroom experience, having appeared many times in the Superior Court of Justice and Ontario Court of Appeal. Tom writes regularly on various topics related to employment law and is a former editor of the Dismissal and Employment Law Digest. He is often invited to speak at employment law conferences, including the Employment Law Summit and repeat invitations to address the Six Minute Employment Law Lawyer — two of the pre-eminent annual conferences on employment law, sponsored by the Law Society of Upper Canada. Tom has also appeared as guest on various media outlets including CFRB 1010 and AM640.
*Please note, this webinar is available for viewing for 7 days from date of enrollment.