Provincial governments are slowly starting to reopen businesses and employers are starting to plan for the return to work, but what are the key considerations employers must keep in mind before reopening their doors?
Please join Ceridian and the Better Business Bureau Serving the Atlantic Provinces on Wednesday, June 3 at 10:00-10:45 a.m. ADT / 10:30-11:15 a.m. NDT time as Stuart Ducoffe, HR and Employment Lawyer and Founder of e2r® discusses several employment law considerations related to managing the return to work.
Human capital futurist and international bestselling author of Humanity Works Alexandra Levit will share how leading organizations are implementing effective strategies to develop a holistic talent strategy that balances multi-channel acquisition and development. She’ll touch on the concepts of rapidly assembling swarm teams using shared talent pools, building a learning-based employee experience, reskilling and upskilling existing staff, and fostering the agile culture required to make it all happen as seamlessly as possible.
In this webinar, Goldman Sachs’ Chief US Economist David Mericle and Senior Global and Canada Economist Daan Struvyen will discuss how the US, Canada and global economy could recover from the effects of COVID-19, guidance for business leaders on what to expect over the next 18 months, and how they can prepare their organizations to weather similar disruptions in the future.
Join us for an opportunity to connect with executives and learn how next-generation human capital management technology can deliver quantifiable value to your business and support the financial well-being of your employees.
Watch this webinar as experts from Ceridian, Toronto Police Services, TD and Ernst & Young share tips to arm you with what you need to know and watch out for when it comes to protecting your business from fraudulent cyber-crime activities in the time of COVID-19 and beyond.
With the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19), the United States and Canada have responded with temporary paid and unpaid leave (employee and parental) requirements, job sharing and other job protection measures, and employer credits or subsidies when offering paid leave. As we look to the future workplace, payroll departments must be prepared.
In this webinar, presenters from the Canadian Payroll Association, Canada Employment Insurance Commission, American Payroll Association, and U.S. Department of Labor will share their insights on relief efforts, explaining the different roles of national and local governments, employer response to legislation, considerations for employees returning to work, and payroll impacts.
The provincial government is slowly starting to reopen businesses and employers are starting to plan for the return to work, but what are the key considerations employers must keep in mind before reopening their doors?
Watch this webinar as Stuart Ducoffe, HR and Employment Lawyer and Founder of e2r® discusses several employment law considerations related to managing the return to work.
This pandemic has demonstrated just how brittle our society is. A tiny virus has drastically upset our lives, our economies, and our societies. In a time like this, resilience, the ability to adapt and bounce back, will be one of the most important characteristics that will help us recover.
But how do we design our organizations for resilience?
In this presentation, Josh Bersin discusses the four key factors in building organizational resilience and workforce agility: distributed control, real-time data, empathetic leaders, and a cohesive workplace culture. His presentation includes anecdotes and examples from the many conversations he’s had with global HR leaders as they grapple with current challenges and plan for the weeks and months ahead.
During these uncertain times, many employers have been forced to temporarily suspend or reduce their activities during the COVID-19 pandemic. This has sometimes had an impact on their ability to keep all their employees active. Watch this webinar recording to learn about the employment standards Québec employers need to know regarding these types of situations and what kind of help is being offered by the government?
This content applies to the province of Québec and will be conducted in English.
In times of crisis, the government plays an important role in stabilizing the economy, but also as a catalyst for driving innovation to manage through uncertain times. In this interactive discussion with the Hon. Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry, and Ceridian’s Chief Executive Officer, David Ossip, the focus was on key supports being offered by the Government of Canada to help organizations, particularly small businesses, navigate during this COVID-19 crisis. Minister Bains shared his vision for critical actions and priority areas that the government is taking to position Canada for economic success coming out of this crisis.
In a few short weeks, employers across the globe have dramatically changed their HR and business practices in response to COVID-19. Over that time, we’ve heard from many Ceridian customers about the innovative ways they’re using Dayforce to adjust to this new world of work. Whether it’s tracking employees’ health, reallocating resources, or ensuring they’re effectively communicating with and engaging their employees, Ceridian customers are demonstrating innovation, resourcefulness, and resilience in light of a large global crisis.
In this webinar, you’ll hear from HR and business continuity leaders at Buehler’s Fresh Foods, Danone North America, and Ceridian on how they’re using Dayforce to manage through this change.
On April 11, 2020, Bill C-14, the COVID-19 Emergency Response Act, No. 2 received Royal Assent. It enacts the new Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy to help employers keep and return workers to their payroll through the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Like you, many Canadian employers are still searching for clarity to questions regarding eligibility, compliance and as well as how this new wage subsidy interacts with the 10 per cent Temporary Wage Subsidy and the EI Work Sharing program.
Watch this webinar as Stuart Ducoffe, HR and Employment Lawyer and Founder of e2r® discusses several employment law considerations related to the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy.
In a span of mere weeks, organizations around the globe are facing difficult decisions, even layoffs as an instantaneous way to cut costs. What if there was a better way? Watch this webinar to hear Ceridian’s Danny Smith, VP Industry Advisory – Manufacturing along with Matt Whiat, Co-Founding Partner and Sara Hannah, Managing Partner at Chapman & Co. Leadership Institute, as they discuss how shared sacrifice allows you to retain your top talent, maintain customer service, preserve industry knowledge and recover faster. Learn alternatives to cutting jobs and how shared sacrifice could help your organization.
Watch as Leagh Turner, President and Chief Operating Officer of Ceridian, moderates an expert panel to discuss the mental health implications of COVID-19. The panel explored how the fluidity of news, "social distancing," stress and uncertainty, lay-offs, the sudden move to both working and studying remotely are impacting workplaces, households, and individuals. Get tips about how organizations can support employees’ mental health, productivity, and team dynamics.
The last few weeks has been anything but “business as usual” for companies across the globe. Watch this recorded webinar to hear from behavioral health expert Barbara Veder as she describes the stages that employees and organizations will go through in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. She covers how to help employees and managers cope, predictions for what a new “status quo” will look like, and guidance for how to prepare. With a good understanding of the potential challenges and a plan for managing through them, your organization can not only survive through this challenging time, but thrive.
During challenging times such as the COVID-19 pandemic, organizations need to help ensure the safety of their employees while maintaining critical business operations. Dayforce can help employers better understand risk to their employees and operations, as well as help to maintain fast and accurate communication with employees. Learn how you can maximize the use of Dayforce during this critical time with new functionality that will specifically help monitor the safety of your employees during the COVID-19 outbreak.
During these uncertain times, many employees are being placed on paid or unpaid leaves of absence. What are the employment standards legislation Canadian employers need to know? Watch this educational webinar as Stuart Ducoffe, HR and Employment Lawyer and Founder of e2r® discusses employment law considerations for temporary layoffs related to COVID-19.
This webinar will have applicability to all Canadian provinces.
If you missed one of the real-time sessions, watch this educational webinar to hear Stuart Ducoffe, HR and Employment Lawyer and Founder of e2r® discuss several employment law considerations related to COVID-19 and how employers can prepare to weather through the pandemic.
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Listen to this session to hear recent updates on Employment Insurance, Emergency Care Benefits, Employer and Employee Financial Support and Employer Sick Leave Benefits.
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Many Ceridian customers are asking what Ceridian is doing from a business continuity management perspective to ensure we are able to continue to support our customers through challenging times like what we’re seeing unfold with COVID-19.
In this webinar, Ceridian’s Chairman and CEO, David Ossip, as well as our Business Continuity team provided insight into our business continuity plans and practices that are already in place, and answered your questions around what Ceridian is doing to ensure continuity of critical business processes.
Hear from Jarrett Jedlicka, Vice President & Principal, Industry Advisory – Healthcare at Ceridian, as he explores how organizations can support employee wellness and engagement during times of crisis.