Webinar: Ready for Cannabis Legislation?
November 15, 2018
Ready for Cannabis Legalization? The role of drug and alcohol policy in creating safe and accommodating workplaces.
Preparing your workplace and protecting your employees with a comprehensive drug and alcohol policy is about more than simply ensuring employees are not impaired at work. Employees who may be using medical marijuana, or who may have a substance dependency, have a right to have the underlying disability accommodated by their employer. Having a comprehensive policy in place sets the tone for both managing impairment, and for fulfilling your duty to accommodate under Human Rights legislation. Join People First HR for a discussion of how you can prepare your workplace and support your employees by ensuring your policy covers all the bases.
Kim Hunter – Senior Consultant, People First HR Services
A skilled and engaging facilitator and trainer, Kim is happiest when she’s working with clients to support them to develop operational and human resource solutions that fit their unique needs. Kim’s business background includes extensive sales, management and marketing experience as a regional manager in both Western Canada and the Middle East. Prior to joining People First, Kim was the managing partner in a consulting firm specializing in HR solutions, community-based research and reporting for community and Aboriginal organizations.
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Substitutions will be allowed but no refunds will be issued unless written notice is received prior to October 10, 2018 . IPMA-Canada reserves the right to cancel and refund registrations within seven (7) days of the start of the Developing Leaders in Human Resource Management Workshop.