Preparing Your Business for Strike or a Work Stoppage: Plan, Prepare and Execute
Knowing best practices and how to navigate the difficult circumstances of a work stoppage can minimize the damage to your organization
If your organization has a unionized workplace, there’s a good chance at some point you have faced or will face the prospect of a work stoppage, whether through a strike or lockout. If that happens, you can help your organization by learning the best practices and the legal ins and outs during such difficult circumstances.
Topics to be discussed:
• Strike or lock-out: why, when and how?
• Lawful and unlawful conduct during a work stoppage
• Creating a business continuity plan
• How to protect your business when the union is interfering with operations
• How to successfully bring an injunction
Sundeep Gokhale and Lisa Bolton are lawyers at Sherrard Kuzz LLP, a Toronto based law firm specializing in management side labour and employment law. They represent unionized and non-unionized clients, operating in both the public and private sectors, ranging in complexity of operations from small, single-location, single-business enterprises to large, diverse, multi-site, multinational corporations.
*Please note, this webinar is available for viewing for 7 days from date of enrollment.