Franklin Law’s “What every Employee needs to know about the Human Rights Code and the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario” is one of the foundational courses in Franklin Law’s Employees First series of courses and workshops.
Participants will learn about the history and public policy underlying the Human Rights Code, will learn about the prohibited grounds and social areas covered by the Human Rights Code, will explore concepts of discrimination, harassment, reprisal, and accommodation through case studies, will explore personal and public interest remedies under the Human Rights Code, and will gain insights into what employees can expect at the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario. Participants will do so with a particular emphasis on the employee-employer relationship.
Why you should attend?
• Talk with lawyers from one of the few human rights, employment, and labour law firms in Ontario with years of experience supporting, advising, and representing non-unionized and unionized employees at the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario
• Access important information from legal insiders that is not readily available to the public
• Courses are offered after business hours so you don’t have to take time away from work
• Pay what you can. Suggested payment is $30.00 plus HST.
During the COVID-19 Pandemic, courses are held virtually via Zoom.
Ron Franklin, Lawyer at Franklin Law
Jacqueline Kotyk, Lawyer at Franklin Law
Taylor Akin, Lawyer at Franklin Law
Oyeyinka Oyelowo, Lawyer at Franklin Law