HR Domains (Career GPS): Employee Relations; Occupational Health and Safety; Performance and Rewards
Dismissing employees is never easy, regardless of the reason. HR professionals are the ones on the front lines that have to deal not only with the legal aspects of terminations, but also with the practical aspects of letting someone go. Make sure you have all the information you need to deal with this challenging part of HR’s responsibilities.
This webinar will explore the following topics:
- Dealing with Just Cause Termination
- Without Cause: What Do I Owe?
- Human Rights and Termination Decisions
- The Termination Offer
- The Termination Meeting
- Managing the Fallout
Presenters: Shana Ivall French and Adrian Jakibchuk, Sherrard Kuzz LLP
Shana Ivall French’s practice is focused on the representation of management in many areas of employment and labour law, including: Attendance management, civil litigation, compensation and benefit plans, employee screening and hiring, employment contracts, employment standards, human rights and wrongful dismissal litigation.
Prior to joining Sherrard Kuzz LLP, Shana practiced employment and labour law at one of Canada’s largest full-service law firms, as well as Legal Counsel to a telecommunications company publicly traded on the NYSE.
Shana is a member of the Canadian Bar Association, Ontario Bar Association (Labour & Employment, Privacy, Civil Litigation, Constitutional, Civil Liberties, Human Rights, Workers’ Compensation) and the Law Society of Upper Canada.
Adrian Jakibchuk’s practice focuses on the representation of management in many areas of employment and labour law including: attendance management, employee relations, employment contracts, employment standards, human rights and privacy. He regularly appears before the Ontario Labour Relations Board and labour arbitrators and has written several articles and presented on various issues in the field of labour and employment law.
Adrian is a member of the Canadian Bar Association, Ontario Bar Association (Labour & Employment, Civil Litigation, Constitutional, Civil Liberties & Human Rights), and the Law Society of Upper Canada.