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CPHR NS: Creating Effective Employment Contracts (Webinar)
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Learn how to create an employment contract that will limit and provide stability and predictability in the relationship. Understand the numerous contractual provisions that are available and how an effective employment agreement can protect your business, products, confidential information, staff and more. (CPHR CPD: 1.5 hours / Competency: Labour and Employee Relations)

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When: Tuesday, September 19, 2017
1:30 - 3:00 pm
Where: Online Webinar


Online registration is available until: 2017-09-14
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CPHR Nova Scotia is pleased to partner with CPHR BC & YK on this learning opportunity.

CPHR CPD hours: 1.5

Creating Effective Employment Contracts that Protect Your Company's Resources and Future Business Prospects

Learn how to create an employment contract that will limit and provide stability and predictability in the relationship. Understand the numerous contractual provisions that are available and how an effective employment agreement can protect your business, products, confidential information, staff and more.


Learning Objectives

  • Interpret and draft employment agreements with emphasis on: Probationary clauses; Termination language; Constructive terminations; and Post-employment restrictions (non-compete and non-solicit agreements).
  • How to effectively implement enforceable agreements with new staff and current staff.
  • Effective negotiation strategies.
  • Understanding the inherent value of written employment agreements.
  • Contractual pitfalls to avoid.
  • Constructing a severance package.

Who Should Attend
  • HR Professionals and those involved in contract negotiations and implementation with employees

 

Facilitator
Carman Overholt, QC, Overholt Law, practice is working closely with senior management and human resources professionals to ensure compliance with labour, employment and human rights legislation, and development of policies and strategies that minimize the risk of litigation and disruption of operations. He has appeared, on behalf of employers, before the Supreme Court of BC, the Court of Appeal for BC, the BC Human Rights Tribunal, the Employment Standards Tribunal, the BC Labour Relations Board and the Canadian Industrial Relations Board.

Carman has represented employers in numerous labour arbitration proceedings and in connection with collective bargaining. He has significant experience in advising employers in various sectors of the economy including financial services, technology, retail, service, hospitality, construction, mining, forestry and manufacturing.


Agenda
1:15 pm - 1:30 pm: Login time
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm: Presentation

 

Pricing  

Price until September 7th
CPHR NS Members $65 plus 15% HST ($74.75)
Non-Member $95 plus 15% HST ($109.25)
CPHR NS Student Members $35 plus 15% HST ($40.25)

 

Price after September 7th
CPHR NS Members $85 plus 15% HST ($97.75)
Non-Member $115 plus 15% HST ($132.25)
CPHR NS Student Members $55 plus 15% HST ($63.25) 

 

How to Register

Every person attending this webinar must be registered (and paid for) individually.

Registration for this webinar by clicking on the register for this event link above. All registrations must be online using the above link.

IMPORTANT: Registering someone other than yourself? If you are a member and are registering someone else to attend the event, DO NOT log into the site to register. If the other person is a member, they must log in using their own member ID and password and register that way. If the other person is not a member, do not log in, just register them from the public area of the website. Registrations must be done online.

The registration deadline is 12 noon on Thursday, September 14, 2017.  Please note that registrations are not possible after online registration has closed.  

Important note: Both registration and payment are required for every person attending this webinar.

All log in information will be sent to registrants via email the day prior to the webinar session.  If you do not receive the information the day before the session, please contact our office at (902) 446-3660.

 

Payment Terms

Payment is due within 30 days of registration or by the registration deadline of Thursday, September 14, 2017 (whichever is earlier). Payments may be made conveniently online by Visa/Mastercard at the time of registration or by cheque received by the registration deadline. Cheques must be received within 30 days of registration or by Thursday, September 14, 2017 (whichever is earlier) by CPHR Nova Scotia at 84 Chain Lake Drive, Suite 103, Halifax, NS B3S 1A2. Registrations September 1st or later must be paid by Visa/MC at time of registration.

If paying online by Visa or Mastercard, you must have the billing address exactly as it appears on the credit card statement or the transaction will be declined. This is a security feature for your protection.

 

Cancellation Policy

A full refund, less a $40+HST processing fee, will be issued for cancellations received in writing by September 7, 2017 at 12:00 noon. Those who make reservations and do not attend will still be required to pay for the full session fee. Cancellations received by CPHR Nova Scotia in writing by 12 noon on September 7, 2017 will only be charged the processing fee. Substitutions are permitted if received by September 15th at 12:00 noon (for substitutions, the registrant must advise our office of their replacement in writing by 12 noon on September 15th including the full name, email and phone number of the substitution). Member/non-member rates will be applied to the substitutions. This cancellation policy applies regardless of date of registration. Registrations after the cancellation deadline are non-refundable.

By registering, you agree to the Cancellation Policy.

Chartered Professionals in Human Resources of Nova Scotia
84 Chain Lake Drive, Suite 103 / Halifax, NS / B3S 1A2
Telephone: (902) 446-3660 / Fax: (902) 446-3677