Date and Time: Monday, March 5, 2018 - 12:00pm - 2.00pm (lunch included)
Pre-event round table discussion by personal invite: 10:00am - 12:00pm
Place: 5360 S Service Rd (OSI Boardroom), ,
If you would like to attend this Exclusive Event please register using this form. Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come first serve basis. A representative from People Corporation or Organizational Solutions Inc. will confirm your place.
The Ontario Government recently announced that all workers would be given 10 personal emergency leave days a year, and a minimum of two of those days must be paid.
Employers have many questions on what impact this will have on their organizations. How does it affect their disability and absence management programs? What economonic impact will it have? Organizational Solutions Inc. and People Corporation will give a short presention on the new legislation and then lead an interactive discussion and question and answer session with our attendees.
Dr. Liz Scott PhD. is the CEO of Organizational Solutions Inc., Canada's premier Disability Management and Workers' Compensation Claims Management company.
With over 25 years' experience in the field, Dr. Scott is an internationally respected consultant, professor, thought-leader, public speaker and author in the fields of Disability Management and Workers' Compensation Claims Management for businesses.
A finalist in the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year Awards for multiple years, in 2014 Canadian Business Magazine named Dr. Scott one of the Chatelaine Top 100 Female Entrepreneurs in Canada and Organizational Solutions Inc. ranked in PROFIT 500: Canada's Fastest-Growing Companies.
Dr. Scott is the co-author of a book called Comprehensive Disability Management and, as well as leading the incredibly successful Organizational Solutions Inc., teaches at McGill and Guelph Universities.
Colleen Baker is the Vice-President of Business Development Solutions at People Corporation, a national provider of group benefits, group retirement and human resource services.
Colleen's role is to develop healthy workplace environments. Working with key stakeholders, she aligns corporate benefits strategies that support organizations' culture, engagement and beyond – driving well-informed decision making and positive change. Colleen is known for her strength in her ability to balance the needs of both the employer and the employee.