Bill 17 Compliance – Free Breakfast Session

In an effort to modernize our workplace laws, the Alberta Government is implementing significant changes to the Employment Standards Code for the first time since 1988 through Bill 17, better known as the Fair and Family-friendly Workplaces Act. Coming into effect January 1, 2018, these legislation changes will affect many facets of your business including HR, payroll, and finance. Organizations need to begin taking steps to bring their policies, procedures and operating practices into compliance in order to mitigate risk, maintain morale and ensure ongoing success.

Join Salopek & Associates for a free 1 hour Breakfast Session where we will discuss how these changes will affect your business and how a plan to proactively manage the changes will benefit your business and your employees. This session will focus specifically on amendments to the Alberta Employment Standards code.

Plan to attend the Breakfast Session to better understand:

  • What is required to be prepared for the legislated changes
  • How to manage in the “grey zone” when legislation is unclear
  • The risks associated with non-compliance
  • The benefits of planning ahead

Bill 17 Compliance – Free Breakfast Session

Thursday, October 26 (Session Full)

Wednesday, November 1 (New Date Added!)

8:00 am – Complimentary Breakfast

8:30 am – 9:30 am – Information Session

MARKET Restaurant: 718 – 17th Ave. SW

Register today by clicking here and reserve your spot – space is limited.

For more information about Bill 17 Compliance or the free Breakfast Session please contact Salopek & Associates. We look forward to seeing you at the event!

About Amanda Charron

Salopek & Associates - Director Business Development and Human Resource Associate - Amanda Salopek. Areas of expertise include: marketing, business development and recruiting. Amanda is a Marketing and Business Development professional with 10 years of experience working internationally and at home in Calgary. She has developed and executed marketing and business development strategies for companies ranging in size from entrepreneurial startups to globally recognized brands. Amanda is also a Chartered Professional in Human Resources who holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree in addition to a Registered Professional Recruiter Designation. Amanda is an experienced Recruiter and has worked previously within various industries to support full cycle recruiting. Amanda’s expertise also includes successful LMO process execution and assisting managers with employee relations, exit interviews, policies & procedures and employment standards inquires. Amanda has also established the Calgary Business and Human Resources Meetup, a networking group that brings business and HR professionals together to connect, learn and grow their professional networks.

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