Brittany is joined by Jacqueline Bart and Serge Boudreau to discuss the implications of having employees working outside of Ontario or outside of Canada.
Denise Koster returns to Fire Away to talk about how COVID and remote work have changed how we see and deal with workplace harassment and mental health.
Hosted by Brittany Taylor, Partner at Rudner Law.
Stuart is joined by Evert Akkerman, HR Director and Principal Advisor with XNL HR & Communications, and Michael Hartley, Founder and CEO of Minetell. Stuart, Evert, and Michael, discuss matters of privacy and workplace safety when it comes to COVID-19 and what responsibilities or obligations employers and employees have when it comes to reporting, testing, vaccinating, etc.
Stuart is joined by fellow Rudner Law members Brittany Taylor and Nadia Zaman on this episode of Fire Away. They addressed current issues relating to COVID-19 and the workplace.
Guest host Brittany Taylor of Rudner Law is joined by Isabella Bertani, Founder and Chief Client Strategist of Bertani, and Ryan Mallough, Director of Provincial Affairs, Ontario at Canadian Federation of Independent Business. Brittany, Isabella, and Ryan, will be discussing COVID-19 and the government supports that have been/are available to support businesses through this unprecedented time.
Original air date: October 20th, 2020
Stuart is joined by Brian Shifman, President and CEO of Vaughan Chamber of Commerce to discuss how businesses and operating and managing their reopening during COVID-19, and what challenges they are dealing with.
Original air date: September 15th, 2020
Stuart is joined by Denise Koster, Founder and Principal of Koster Consulting and Associates, to discuss workplace bullying and harassment, and her newly published book, "Refusing to Accept the Unacceptable: The Trials, Tribulations and Triumphs of Workplace Bullying and Harassment".
Original air date: August 18th, 2020