2019 Lunch & Learn - Addictions and the Workplace: Working with your Employees
Name: 2019 Lunch & Learn - Addictions and the Workplace: Working with your Employees
Date: June 20, 2019
Time: 11:30 AM - 3:30 PM MDT
CPHR Alberta and the Medicine Hat & District Chamber of Commerce have partnered to bring you:
Addictions and the Workplace: Working with your Employees
Accommodating employees with addictions or other related disabilities. This topic is particularly relevant with the legalization of cannabis. Whether your organization has policies or employee assistance programs already in place to address these issues or you are looking for information to support your own business this session will:
- give you information on managing or accommodating addictions and other related disabilities
- address issues and concerns of the risks to the employees and employer
Registration Link: http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=wry9eubab&oeidk=a07egcncfhl95c5b5a7
Facilitated by Megan Van Huizen, Associate Lawyer, Labour and Employment with Brownlee LLP.
Megan Van Huizen came to Brownlee LLP in 2016 as a Litigation Associate and practices in the Labour and Employment Group. She has advocated for her clients on various matters and loves to take on a new challenge. Her goal is to provide clients with cost-effective, practical and creative solutions, along with pro-active strategies for the long term. Brownlee LLP is a mid-sized, regional law firm with offices in Calgary and Edmonton, providing the breadth and depth of service of a full-service law firm throughout Alberta and the Yukon, Nunavut and Northwest Territories. With extensive and long-standing practices in almost all legal disciplines, Civil Litigation, Municipal and Administrative Law, and Corporate-Commercial Law remain the cornerstones and core strengths upon which we continue to build extensive specialized and unique practice areas.
Who is the CPHR? The CPHR Alberta is the exclusive registration body in Alberta for the Chartered Professionals in Human Resources (CPHR) designation, which is the professional standard in Canada. The CPHR designation demonstrates HR expertise, experience and ethical management of today’s human capital. CPHR Alberta is dedicated to strengthening the human resources profession and upholding the highest standards of practice. With 6,000 members, CPHR Alberta is the fourth largest HR Association in Canada.