Covid-19 Legal Considerations for Employers:
Vaccines, Testing and Other Issues
Thursday, May 6, 2021. | 10 am – 11 am EST
Please join Beard Winter LLP employment law partner Damien Buntsma for a virtual presentation and Q&A session on Covid-19 and legal considerations for employers including:
- Covid-19 statutory framework – what’s new?
- Testing and employee screening in the workplace
- Covid-19 vaccines: mandatory vaccinations, vaccine incentivizing, vaccine policies
- Looking ahead
- Q&A session
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Zoom Presentation.
Who should attend?
CEOs, in-house counsel, general managers, VPs/Directors of operations, human resources, finance of businesses with more than 10 employees. This session will be of benefit to both non-union and unionized employers from a variety of industries.
Damien Buntsma is a leading advisor and litigator in the areas of labour and employment law. When not litigating in the courts, Damien continues his practice of advising public and private sector employers, unionized and non-unionized, in both federal and provincial jurisdictions. In particular, he acts on behalf of employers within the construction industry, industrial sector, large private and public corporate organizations, condominium corporations, land developers, hospitals, nursing homes, municipalities, social services organizations, healthcare industry clients, provincial regulatory agencies and various other not-for-profit organizations in relation to all areas of labour and employment law.
In the areas of labour and employment, Damien deals with sophisticated wrongful dismissal litigation, injunctions, ongoing labour disputes, labour arbitrations, union certification applications, collective bargaining, judicial reviews and matters that come before the Ontario Labour Relations Board. Damien also regularly advises on corporate transactions involving employment and labour issues, reviewing and drafting workplace policies and employment agreements, day-to-day workplace matters, termination and discipline.