This workshop will help business owners understand the recommended steps to attract and acquire new talent, including executive recruitment and compensation, as well as best practices for on-boarding & retention. Attendees will also hear from our employment law expert about the new Bill 148 and changes to Ontario’s employment laws that will impact your business.
Topics will include:
Hiring Tech Talent
On-boarding & Retention
Labor & Employment Laws
Location: Degroote School of Business, Ron Joyce Centre – Room 313
*Event is FREE for Haltech Clients. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for promo code.
MEET OUR SPEAKERS:
As a pioneer of the philosophy that the Human Resources function be recognized as a strategic enabler, aimed at delivering sustainable organizational change and enhancing business performance, Judy held senior level positions with both Canadian & International HR Firms spanning a period of 22 years. Playing a pivotal role in uniting company cultures & streamlining operations, Judy now offers her expertise to technology start-up operations as an Entrepreneur-in-Residence with Haltech.
Judy brings over 25 years of recruitment industry experience. Judy has a significant network of potential candidates and a strong referral network. Having held senior roles herself, Judy is adept at networking and interviewing senior leadership candidates up to and including the C-suite. Judy is a graduate of McMaster University with a Bachelors Degree in Psychology.
Christopher Bergs has been practising exclusively in the area of employment and labour law since 2008 and is well-versed in the legal issues affecting today’s Ontario workplace. Chris works closely with employers to help them manage their employees in a way that achieves business objectives while avoiding legal problems. If issues do become contentious, Chris is a creative negotiator and a tireless advocate.