Location

Virtual Event

}

Date & Time

February 15, 2018
1:00 – 2:30 PM 

Cost

Free for members
$20 non members
cancellation policy

Bill 148 is the first major change to the Employment Standards Act.  Most know about the changes to the minimum wages going up to $14/hour, but there are many more changes.

Regardless of your size of business, even one eplouee, the Risk to Business and Business Owners is heavy penalties for non-compliance as well as impact to workplace culture.

In this session, Hilda explains the impacts of Bill 148 and how to make the changes needed, with tips, tools and strategies. Ample opportunity for Q and A will be given at the end.

What you will learn:

  • minimum wages and equal pay for equal work
  • employees vs. independent contractors
  • vacation
  • increases in leaves of absences
  • increased penalties for non-compliance
  • increase to number of ESA officers monitoring compliance
Understand the risk and implications on your employees, work culture and your business operations
Identify problems and solutions to address how your employees, work culture and your business operations.
Identify problems and solutions to address how you will become compliant with the proposed changes, with tips, strategies and tools.

Please Note that you must
pre-register for this event.

Hilda Gan

Hilda Gan

Hilda Gan has over 20 years of Human Resources expertise in the multiple facets of HR management. Unique among HR consultants, Hilda combines her HR expertise with business acumen and business owner experience to provide practical business based solutions.
She has built an HR department from inception to a national level both strategic and detailed implementations.  With her husband, she built an award-winning engineering consulting firm that grew from two people to seven offices across Canada. Recognition includes top 10 of the Best Small and Medium Size employer and top ten twice of the 50 Best Workplaces – Canada and a finalist in Canada’s Best Managed Companies.
s

Cancellation Policy: Refunds or credits will only be issued if the reservation is cancelled 72 hours prior to the event. An administration fee of $10 will be charged for any refund or credit processed.