The 21st Annual  
  Ontario Employment Law Conference:  
  Learn the Latest® on COVID-19  

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The 21st Annual Ontario Employment Law Conference is going online! Join First Reference and Stringer LLP on June 11, 2020,
to Learn the Latest about HR compliance for the new normal.

Due to COVID-19, the federal and provincial/territorial governments have made significant changes to compliance. In addition, we now must understand and implement the guidelines and compliance requirements for reopening businesses and returning employees to work.

This year's agenda will deal entirely with the compliance and best practices that are essential to managing staff and contractors for the balance of the year and possibly longer. In addition, you will have the opportunity to ask Stringer your questions.

Here are the important topics that Stringer's team of employment law experts will be covering:

See the full agenda here.

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Who should attend the Ontario Employment Law Conference?

Ontario employment law update for HR managers, business-owners, payroll staff
  • Human resources managers
  • Payroll managers
  • Labour relations managers
  • Human resources consultants
  • Staffing specialists/recruiters
  • Business owners and managers
  • Finance/accounting managers responsible for HR

Conference rates

  Subscribers  Non-subscribers
Individual attendees  $725   $895 
Each additional attendee  $675   $775 

First Reference Subscriber Rates apply only if you subscribe to or have purchased PolicyPro®, The Human Resources Advisor™, PaySource® or HRinfodesk®.

Registration includes:

Register now and Learn the Latest!

Should you need to cancel your registration prior to June 1, 2020, an $85 processing fee (plus HST) will be charged. No refunds will be given for cancellation requests received after June 1, 2020. Substitutions may be made at any time with no charge.


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Don't forget your
continuing education hours!

This conference also qualifies for up to 5.75 hours of human resources law content, which may apply toward Substantive CPD Hours for Ontario lawyers and paralegals. In addition, this program complies with the Quebec requirements for activities automatically recognized as "out-of-province" activities.

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