Lawyer Lynsey Gaudin is set to present at the 24th Annual British Columbia Labour Law Review in Vancouver on December 4.
Lynsey will be joined onstage by Lindsay Waddell of Moore Edgar Lyster LLP to co-present on four topics.
“10 Ways Legalized Pot Will Shake Up Your Workplace” will examine how legalized cannabis will affect workplace policies, use and possession at work and workplace benefit plans.
“How to Say No to a Sexualized Workplace” will offer strategies for creating effective harassment and misconduct policies, discipline policies and addressing early warning signs of sexual harassment.
“New Cases That Change the State of Drug Testing” will look at new rules concerning random drug and alcohol testing, testing impaired workers and testing workers who are not in safety-sensitive positions.
“Investigation Horror Stories” will cover how employers can avoid botched workplace investigations through effective investigation policies, follow-up procedures and best practices.
The 24th Annual British Columbia Labour Law Review takes place at the Pinnacle Hotel Harbourfront in Vancouver from December 4 to 5.
About the British Columbia Labour Law Review
The British Columbia Labour Law Review is a two-day conference offering an overview of the top labour law developments and their impact on unions and employers in British Columbia. It is organized by the Centre For Labour-Management Development (Canada) Inc.
About Lynsey Gaudin
A lawyer in the MLT Aikins Vancouver office, Lynsey advises employers on collective agreement interpretation, collective bargaining, workplace policies, discipline and discharge, and employment contracts. She has extensive experience in labour and employment arbitrations, trials and appeals.