New sexual violence and harassment legislation is bringing major changes to Ontario’s career colleges. Understand these changes and ensure your college remains compliant with the help of our legal experts.
A digital copy of the sexual violence and harassment webinar "When and How to Investigate" is now available. Download includes an mp4 recording of the webinar and an advanced copy of CCO's Sexual Violence and Harassment Policy Template.
Download is free to all who attended the Sexual Violence and Harassment Webinar on October 27, 2016.
CCO members can enter a promo code to recieve a discount at checkout. If you are a CCO member or had particpated in the webinar on Oct. 27, but have not recieved a promo code, contact April Chato.
The province’s new Sexual Violence and Harassment Legislation comes into force January 1st, 2017, bringing about major changes to the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005.
Take a proactive step in ensuring your college and staff are prepared, and view this in-depth webinar tailored to address the questions and concerns of career colleges.
Participants will gain an expansive understanding of the college’s responsibility to protect and accommodate students and survivors of sexual violence and harassment and how or when to investigate reported incidents.
Registrants will also receive an early copy of Career Colleges Ontario’s Sexual Violence and Harassment Policy Template.
First established in Toronto, and recently recognized by Canadian Lawyer magazine as one of the Top 10 Labour and Employment boutiques, Mathews Dinsdale’s 50+ lawyer firm now has offices in three provinces and has represented clients across Canada for more than 60 years. It is the Canadian member of Ius Laboris, the world’s largest alliance of workplace law firms.
Mathews Dinsdale specializes exclusively in all areas of labour and employment law, representing a broad range of employers in both the public and private sectors. The firm’s public sector practice includes representation of municipalities, school boards, private colleges, community service groups, police services, providers of support services, hospitals, long-term care facilities, district health units, and numerous not-for-profit organizations.