Canada’s national newspaper, The Globe and Mail, recently hosted its Solving Workplace Challenges 2018 conference and followed up with a full page article featuring insights from Chris Burkett’s panel discussion on pressing topics in employment law. See the excerpt below or access the complete article here.
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Baker McKenzie is partnering with The Globe and Mail for the Solving Workplace Challenges 2018 conference, a dynamic, half-day learning event. Three panels of experts will provide recommendations and practical strategies for some of the most pressing issues facing employers today, including mental health, marijuana in the workplace and building employee resiliency.

Chris Burkett will

We’re pleased to share our highlights video from our #SocialMediaAtWork seminar. This informative seminar was hosted by our Employment & Compensation Group in Toronto on June 7th. Topics included the legal and reputational risks of both employees’ and employers’ social media use and practical guidance to help minimize employers’ exposure to these risks.

Employees love social media. Many use it to build their professional profiles and networks, usually with a corresponding benefit for their employer. But we all know that employees’ social media use can also negatively impact their employer.

Employers are also connected. Brand building, market positioning and recruiting new talent are just some of the ways 

Baker McKenzie is proud to have sponsored the Washington DC premiere of the film “I am Jane Doe” on February 7, 2017. The film is a highly anticipated documentary chronicling an ongoing battle against the trafficking of minors. The Washington premiere was part the McCain Institute’s 2nd Annual Human Trafficking Symposium. Baker McKenzie’s Peter

Join Baker McKenzie for a special 2-part webinar series that will focus on major developments in 2016 and trends to watch for in 2017 in the United States and around the globe. Drawing on the legal talent of Baker McKenzie’s employment team, the series will feature a panel of top lawyers discussing key updates. This series is a “must-view” for professionals who deal with employment matters within Canadian businesses operating outside of Canada. Register now for this complimentary webinar series!
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invite picture newJoin us on Wednesday, October 26, 2016 for a live seminar at our Toronto office. In our seminar, Navigating the Compliance Minefield – Part 2: Engaging Foreign Staff, Stephanie MacIntosh and Carl Dholandas will discuss immigration compliance obligations for employers and provide guidance on how to make sure your business is inspection ready and

gmu logo cropSchool’s Back in Session! Enroll in our Global Mobility University on Thursday, November 3, 2016 to participate in a full-day, interactive learning program designed to provide international HR, immigration, employment and tax professionals with an introduction to the legal and tax considerations surrounding employee mobility. All participants will be provided with course material, including checklists and takeaways, and will enjoy a networking reception with colleagues from peer companies after the program. The Global Mobility University will have a limited enrollment to ensure an ideal environment for an interactive learning experience.
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