HRPA offers a 90-minute online seminar dedicated to the information management needs of HR leaders. Besides proper processes, HR professionals must get up to speed on the potential for legal liability, statutory obligations and how they apply to various types of records.
Protect the interests of your employer and stakeholders by learning the essentials needed in a proper records and information management system.
This 90-minute online broadcast will teach HR professionals to respond to information requests, establish a compliance program, learn the basics of records management and devise a security protocol.
WHY you should be Here (Learning Objective):
You will learn how to:
Implement proper records management policies and procedures
Understand regulatory obligations related to records management and privacy
Create a compliance program
How to react in the event of a security breach
Assess the security protocols needed at your organization
WHAT you will Gain (Learning Outcome):
By the end of the workshop, you will:
Understand why records management is essential for your organization’s reputation
Learn how to respond to requests for information
Better deal with employee privacy and health information
WHO should Participate:
“Records and Information Management for HR” is valuable for:
HR leaders who require the skills and tools to comply with information and privacy statutory obligations.
Lisa M. Bolton
Lisa is an accomplished litigator with significant experience acting for large and small corporations and institutional clients in employment law, occupational health and safety, workplace safety and insurance, and commercial litigation matters.A former General Counsel of a public multinational technology company headquartered in Oakville, Ontario, Lisa has significant experience drafting and negotiating business agreements including employment and confidentiality agreements. Her understanding of and appreciation for the client and litigator’s perspective enables her to help clients manage risk by providing effective business solutions and using litigation where beneficial to advance business goals.
Carolyn Savoury practices law with Sherrard Kuzz LLP, one of Canada’s leading employment and labour law firms representing employers.
Carolyn provides advice and representation to employers in all areas of labour and employment law, including: workplace investigations, responding to union organizing and applications for certification, wrongful and constructive dismissal litigation, grievance arbitration, collective bargaining, occupational health and safety, and human rights.
Carolyn also regularly assists clients in developing and implementing employment contracts, workplace policies and compliance strategies.
Carolyn is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, Canadian Bar Association and Ontario Bar Association (Labour & Employment, Construction and Infrastructure, Civil Litigation, Constitutional, Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Workers’ Compensation, and Young Lawyers).