Below are recordings of some of our past seminar presentations. To view all available recordings, please visit our YouTube channel here.
2014 FWTA Seminar: Casey Dockendorff - New Protections Under the Human Rights Code 2014 FWTA Seminar: Brian MacDonald - Enforcing Confidentiality Provisions in Settlements 2014 FWTA Seminar: Meaghen Russell - Too Poor to Pay 2014 FWTA Seminar: Russell Groves - Employers Gone Wild 2014 FWTA Seminar: Melanie McNaught - Two New Cases on Family Status Discrimination 2014 FWTA Seminar: Peter Thorup - Government Intervention in Broader Public Sector Bargaining 2014 FWTA Seminar: Carl Peterson - Occupational Health and Safety Act Update 2014 FWTA Seminar: Jane Gooding - That Which Does Not Kill Us Makes Us Stronger 2014 FWTA Seminar: Jonathan Dye - Those Kooky Courts - A Non-Union Year in Review 2013 FWTA Seminar: Alexa Sulzenko - Health and Safety Violation Just Cause for Dismissal? 2013 FWTA Seminar: Brian MacDonald - Employers Gone Wild: Jailhouse Rock Edition 2013 FWTA Seminar: Chris Sinal - Break Out the Rake 2013 FWTA Seminar: Carla Nassar - Family Matters 2013 FWTA Seminar: Lauren Chang MacLean - Mine vs. Yours: Competing Human Rights 2013 FWTA Seminar: Melanie McNaught - What's New in Human Rights 2013 FWTA Seminar: Chris Little - Blue Mountain Decision 2013 FWTA Seminar: Jamie Knight - Mental Health Issues in the Workplace 2013 FWTA Seminar: Donald Jarvis - Unlocking Keays Donald Jarvis - The Arbitration Bang Donald Jarvis - The Rant A Donald Jarvis Retrospective 2012 FWTA Seminar: Geoff Ryans - Access Denied 2012 FWTA Seminar: Casey Dockendorff - Is Obesity a Disability? 2012 FWTA Seminar: Paul Young - Righting Wronko 2012 FWTA Seminar: Deborah Hudson - Merrier Without Barriers
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