Managing a Remote Workforce Webinar: May 15, 2020 – Video Recording Available
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Managing a Remote Workforce Webinar: May 15, 2020 - Video Recording
Taylor McCaffrey LLP partner, Jamie Jurczak is invited to speak as a panelist.
With the recent COVID-19 restrictions on non-essential businesses now relaxing, employers are grappling with the issue of how to safely and legally return their employees to the workplace after what may have been a period of closure or layoffs. Many workplaces may also be deemed essential, but find themselves in a situation where employees are refusing to come to the workplace in light of fears surrounding COVID-19. This session will provide guidance to employers to assist them in meeting their legal obligations relating to ensuring a safe and healthy workplace in the current climate.
For more information about this webinar please click here.
You can view the video recording of this Webinar below.
Taylor McCaffrey LLP is very proud to announce that Sharon Kravetsky, has been appointed Queen’s Counsel (Q.C.) by the Lieutenant-Governor in Council, based on recommendations made by the minister following consultation with an advisory council.
The Government of Canada has introduced support programs for Canadian businesses facing financial hardship as a result of the novel coronavirus ("COVID-19") pandemic. These programs seek to address the wide variety of issues faced by businesses and self-employed individuals adversely impacted by COVID-19 including retaining employees, avoiding layoffs and/or re-hiring employees; providing access to credit; deferring income tax, sales tax remittance and/or customs duty payments; providing rent assistance; and supporting financial stability. This article addresses federal programs that have been announced to date which are generally available to Manitoba businesses and self-employed individuals; however, it is important to note that there are Federal programs available for specific industries and sectors of the economy over and above those referred to in this article.