CPHR CPD: 2.0
Starting with an overview of the various programs, this session will cover what employers can do to support and retain their foreign workers.
A Q&A session will follow, with questions such as:
- What does it mean to support a worker's application for permanent residence?
- What is an employer obliged to do once they have supported a worker's immigration application?
- What to do when things go wrong?
- What documents should an employer request?
- How can an employer verify documents (language test results, educational credential assessments, etc.) are legit?
About the Facilitator
Elizabeth Wozniak is from Alberta. She has a LL.B from Dalhousie (2001) and a Bachelor of Education from the University of Alberta (1994). She is the owner of North Star Immigration Law Inc. Elizabeth is frequently consulted by the media, government and non-governmental organizations on matters pertaining to immigration law and policy. She has taught immigration and refugee law at Schulich School of Law (Dalhousie University) and regularly presents at conferences, including at the CBA National Immigration Law Conference in Ottawa in May 2015. Elizabeth is a member of the NSBS and Canadian Bar Association (Immigration Section), and is an authorized foreign worker recruiter licensed by the Nova Scotia Department of Labour. Elizabeth lived and worked in Asia (China and South Korea) from 1994-1998 before attending law school.
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|| $119 plus HST ($136.85)
|Future Members and Others
|| $279 plus HST ($320.85)
CPHR Nova Scotia's CPHRs receive a $20 discount off the above pricing.
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