How are you preparing your employees for the reality of returning to work? And as an employee, do you feel confident and informed as your workplace relaunches? Employers are facing new considerations as return to work phases are implemented throughout Alberta. Led by Dentons Canada LLP, this webinar addresses many of the issues that employers and employees will likely face in the coming year – as lockdown restrictions fluctuate, ease and possibly become restricted again – to prevent the spread of COVID-19. This presentation will provide insight into the legal issues facing your business as you emerge from the lockdown and start to relaunch your businesses!
Join us as this webinar explores:
- Temporary layoffs: extensions, recalls and other issues
- Flexible work arrangements and remote working
- Managing workplace health and safety
Please confirm your attendance by Wednesday, June 3 @ 4 PM.
We will be using the Zoom meeting platform for the webinar. A link to join the meeting will be sent out to all registrants 12-24 hours prior to the webinar via email.
About the Presenters
Adrian Elmslie | Partner, Edmonton
Adrian Elmslie is the head of Dentons LLP’s Edmonton Labour and Employment Group. Adrian joined the firm in 1999 after completing his articles with the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench and Court of Appeal.
He provides labour and employment advice to a diverse cross section of employers in both union and non-union settings. Adrian is experienced in all aspects of labour and employment law at both the provincial and federal level and provides advice and representation to employers on a broad variety of employment and labour topics.
Alison Walsh | Partner, Edmonton
Alison Walsh is a partner in Denton Canada LLP’s Edmonton Labour and Employment Group and has been with the firm since 2010.
Alison provides labour and employment advice to employers in both non-unionized and unionized settings on a variety of issues including employment litigation, employment standards, labour and employment issues and workplace health and safety.