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Suzanne Desrosiers is a talented lawyer born and raised in Timmins. Her passion for northern Ontario and her dedication to her clients sets her apart from other lawyers in the region. With over 37 years of experience and founder of Suzanne Desrosiers Professional Corporation, she leads a team of legal advisors and excels in the area of Employment Law, including Human Resources (H.R.) training for Upper Management and represents many First Nations including their umbrella organization such as their Health Authorities, Education Authorities, and their Power Corporations. Her practice includes Real Estate Law, Business Law, Wills and Estate and also includes conducting Workplace Investigations. Suzanne is dedicated to her community, having served on many volunteer boards (Timmins Family Counselling Centre, Richelieu, Timmins & District Hospital. She is also an avid team supporter and volunteer for the Victims of the St. Anne's Residential School in Fort Albany.

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About this course

Human Rights Sensitivity Training Webinar

Human Rights in the Employment context will be governed by the Canadian Human Rights Act (CHRA) for federally regulated Employers and the Ontario Human Rights Code (OHRC) for provincially regulated Employers. Not being familiar with the Human Rights legislation can be very costly to your organization. You can end up discriminating against an employee without intending to do so. In Employment Law once an Employer takes a step it cannot be taken back! 

Learning about Human Rights is just a click away! In this Self-Paced Webinar we will discuss the importance of not only learning about human rights, but the responsibility they hold within the employment context and how to be equipped with the knowledge of how to prevent a claim of discrimination.

WHAT WILL YOU LEARN
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
 • What is discrimination?
 • What are the prohibited grounds of discrimination under both the CHRA and the OHRC?
 • Case law showing cases of discrimination under the various prohibited grounds both under both the CHRA and the OHRC and the types of awards provided by the tribunals and the Court.
 • What does it mean Employers duty to accommodate to the point of Undue Hardship?
 • What is Undue Hardship and what is Bona Fide Occupational Requirement (BFOR)?
 • Supervisors / Managers
 • Upper Management
  Board members
  Employers ordered by the CHRA or the OHRC tribunal to take Human Rights Sensitivity Training
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TRAINING COST INCLUDES  CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT 


 $479 CAD  + HST* 

INCLUDING  CERTIFICATE OF PARTICIPATION 

*CALL SDLAW FOR GROUP RATES