WEBINAR: Navigating the Human Resources Side of Business During COVID-19
If you missed our live webcast, you can now view this session on HAVAN’s eLearn platform.
During this time of uncertainty due to the COVID-19 pandemic, HAVAN is adding a new resource for the industry through the mobilization of members’ extensive knowledge base to deliver webinars designed to help you in different areas of business. The first session, Navigating the Human Resources Side of Business During COVID-19, will provide high-level information about a business’ legal responsibilities to employees as well as strategies to keep employees informed during this time of crisis, and keeping them engaged, motivated, and focused on moving forward, as we will get through this.
Our two speakers and their respective topics to be addressed in this webinar:
- ANDREW DELMONICO, Partner, Kuhn LLP
- Employment Standards Act
- Layoffs/Constructive Dismissal
- Workers Compensation – Employees not wanting to come to work due to concern over health and safety
- Human Rights
- Adjusting workplace to address government/health restrictions
- MICHAEL SCOTT, Vice President – Building Division, Impact Recruitment
- Company/employee transparency during this time of uncertainty
- Repurposing Your Team
- Employees asking what are their companies doing for next month, three months, six months
- Keeping your talent and staying afloat
- Company/employer transparency
- Motivation in the Midterm
- Strategies to deal with immediate issues, recession, restart
- Mental wellness/motivation/keep pushing forward
- Plans to bring people back
Limit to 100 people. A recording of the webinar will be posted approximately a day later at https://havan.ca/covid-19-resources/
This webinar is from 12 noon – 12:45 pm.
Complimentary session but pre-registration is required — webinar link will be sent to registrants.
Andrew D. Delmonico, Partner, Kuhn LLP
Andrew is a partner with Kuhn LLP. He has experience representing clients in a variety of litigation matters before the Provincial Court, Supreme Court, and Court of Appeal of British Columbia. Andrew’s practice is primarily focused on business litigation, and he has assisted clients in resolving a broad range of issues, including those relating to contracts, construction, builders’ liens, employment, debt collection, and shareholder and partnership disputes. Andrew also assists clients in preparing and revising contracts, including drafting and advising on construction contracts and contracts of employment.
Andrew has regularly written articles for publication in the field of construction law. Andrew volunteers his time as a Board Member with the Homebuilders Association Vancouver (HAVAN) and is an instructor for the Construction Law course provided through the Canadian Home Builders’ Association of British Columbia.
Andrew lives in Abbotsford with his wife and children.
For more information on Andrew or his company, please visit Kuhn LLP.
Michael Scott Vice President, Building Division Impact Recruitment
Michael Scott is a Vancouver-based recruitment professional with over two decades of experience in Canada and Australia. With proven success in both agency and internal recruitment, Michael joined Impact Recruitment in 2012. Bringing with him an extensive network of professional contacts and a vast knowledge of the recruitment industry, Michael played an integral role in establishing the company’s Building + Construction Division, which expanded into the property industry in 2013.
In the years following, Michael has fostered relationships with top organizations and associations, including VRCA, UDI, ICBA, PAMA, BOMA, HAVAN and the BCIT School of Construction and the Environment. In his current role as Vice President of the Building Division, Michael is a coach and mentor to eleven individuals whose respective teams specialize in Construction + Development, Construction Subtrades and Property, Building + Facilities Management. Impact Recruitment’s Building Division consistently places top talent with clients in organizations at a local, national and multi-national level.