Soccer games, taxi rides and domestic abuse: When can employers discipline employees for bad behaviour outside of the workplace?
In a world of ever-present cameras, social media and the public's willingness to quickly condemn, we have seen many recent examples of a conflict between an employee's right to a personal life and their employers' reputation. We are pleased to present a panel to discuss how employers can, and should, navigate these tricky waters.
Mark Crestohl, Senior Labour and Employment Counsel, Accenture Inc. will moderate thepanel consisting of Jason Hanson, Chair of the Employment and Labour Law section at Oslers and Chris MacDonald, Founding Director of the Jim Pattison Ethical Leadership Education and Research Program Chair of the Ted Rogers Leadership Centre at Ryerson University.
BREAKFAST EVENT - February 24, 2016
Emerging Ethical Trends in Workplace Law
Andrea York, Partner, Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
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