HRM Masterclass: Speaker line-up confirmed

Top Canadian lawyers and leading employment experts come together to equip HR professionals with all the legal know-how they need.

HR professionals looking to arm themselves with the latest legal know-how can get expert help from an array of top lawyers and employment pros at the upcoming HR Masterclass Vancouver.

“Employment law is constantly changing and it’s important that HR professionals stay up-to-date,” said Iain Hopkins, editor of Human Resources Director magazine. “This is a great way to get reliable, on-pointe advice from the best in the business.”

Twenty-five speakers will be weighing in on a wide range of employment issues, including harassment and bullying, mental health and disability management, terminations and litigation, and protection of human rights.

The speaker line-up is as follows:

Carman Overholt of Overholt Law – Event chair and welcome address

Martin Sheard and David McWhinnie of Tevlin Gleadle Employment Law Strategies – The essentials: what you need to know for 2015

Eleni Kassaris and Michael Howcroft of Blakes Law Firm – Fostering a respectful workplace: harassment, bullying and human rights

Scott Brent of Work Safe BC, Mental Health Claims Unit – Employer best practices for mental health disability management

Shelley-Mae Mitchell of Borden Ladner Gervais LLP – Re-designing the employment relationship

Terry Roycroft of the Medicinal Cannabis Resource Centre – Medical marijuana in the workplace

Valerie Dixon of Miller Thomson LLP – Managing complex terminations and litigation

Gabriel Chand of Chand & Company Law CorporationNavigating the temporary foreign worker program

The informative event offers attendees seven hours of content and is approved for CHRP points too. To find out more about the HR Masterclass, due to take place on June 16 at the Vancouver Convention Centre, click here.

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