NSBA Luncheon Series - "Cannabis In The Workplace: Are You Ready?" (Sep6/18)

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Name: NSBA Luncheon Series - "Cannabis In The Workplace: Are You Ready?" (Sep6/18)
Date: September 6, 2018
Time: 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM CST
Registration: Sorry, online registration for this event has been closed. Please call Andrea at 306.242.3060.
Event Description:

NSBA Luncheon Series Featuring:

"Cannabis In The Workplace: Are You Ready?"
A Presentation by Jon Danyliw - Miller Thomson


Recreational Cannabis will be legalized later in 2018. Do you know what your workplace rights and responsibilities are?  Learn about the main provisions of Bill C-45 the Cannabis Act, as well as the rights and responsibilities of both employees and employers in the workplace. This session includes information around an employer’s duty to accommodate; distinguishing between recreational and medical cannabis use; the legality of drug testing protocols in Canada and much more.

Jon is an experienced labour and employment lawyer with Miller Thomson. He advises provincially and federally regulated employers in both the public and private sectors on a wide range of matters including employment standards, human rights, employee discipline and terminations, and workplace safety. Jon also assists management in the development of workplace policies and all manner of labour disputes and grievances. Jon also has diverse litigation experience including commercial disputes, negligence actions and the prosecution of offences under municipal bylaws and federal statutes.
 

Location:
Radisson Hotel - Michaelangelo B
Registration @ 11:30 am
Date/Time Information:
Thursday, September 6, 2018

Event Registration Deadline:
Tuesday, September 4, 2018 at 5:00 pm
Contact Information:
For more information, please contact Andrea Nadon, Office Administrator 306.242.3060
Fees/Admission:
NSBA Members - $32 (plus GST) per person
Non-Members - $40 (plus GST) per person

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