ADRIC 2020 - The New “Normal” Workplace: More or Fewer Complaints? About What?
The New “Normal” Workplace: More or Fewer Complaints? About What?
Wednesday September 30, 12-1 pm ET (1 hour)
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Janice Rubin, BA, LLB, Rubin Thomlinson LLP
Join Janice Rubin for this webcast in which she will share her observations of what types of conflict we can expect as COVID-19 restrictions are eased, and employees return to a transformed working environment. Janice will consider whether there will be more workplace complaints or fewer? What will employees complain about and how will this translate to the work Dispute Resolution professionals face?
Janice Rubin is co-founder and co-managing partner of Rubin Thomlinson LLP and its sister company, RTWT Inc. Janice is recognized as one of Canada’s leading employment lawyers and regularly appears on the Best Lawyers and Lexpert Leading Practitioners lists in Canada.
Janice is considered a leading authority in the area of workplace harassment and workplace investigation. Her firm conducts investigations, assessments and training across the country and in all sectors. The firm’s public retainers have included investigations for the CBC, COC, PMO, and the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, among others. She is the co-author of the Human Resources Guide to Workplace Investigations (Carswell 2018).
In 2014, Janice received the Zenith Award from Lexpert and in 2015, received the Employment Lawyer of the Year Award as part of the National HR Awards. In 2018 she received the Corporate Social Responsibility and Diversity award from Chambers and Partners in the U.K. and Canada. She has been nominated for Canadian Lawyer Magazine’s Top 25 Most Influential Lawyers in 2015, 2016 and 2018. Rubin Thomlinson was recognized as one of the top employment law boutiques in Canada by Canadian Lawyer magazine in 2014-2016, and 2017-2019. In September of 2019, the Firm was named Canadian Labour and Employment Law Boutique of the Year by the Canadian HR Awards.
Professional Development Accreditation:
- ADRIC designation holders earn 2 Continuing Education & Engagement (CEE) points
- CPD accreditation received to date for this webinar (pending from other Law Societies across Canada):
- Law Society of British Columbia: 1.0 hours
- Law Society of New Brunswick: 1.0 hours
- Law Society of Saskatchewan: 1.0 hours
- Law Society of Ontario: 1.0 Substantive hours