Successful Strategies for Workforce Planning in Saskatchewan
TORONTO, March 18 /CNW/ - The Canadian Institute's Legal and Human Resource Guide to Employing Domestic and Foreign Workers conference will inform delegates of Successful Strategies for Workforce Planning in Saskatchewan.
Speaker Faculty includes:
- Victoria Crowling - Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
- Stephan Cryne - Canadian Employee Relocation Council
- Brenda Cuthbert - Siemens Transportation Group
- Victoria Gubbels - Ministry of First Nations and Metis Relations
- Jonathan Leebosh - Ernst & Young LLP
Topics covered include:
- IMPLEMENTING effective strategies for domestic and immigration
- UPGRADING critical knowledge of immigration law and application
- MAXIMIZING your foreign recruitment investments using best practices
- COMPLYING with legal and regulatory requirements in workplace
- MANAGING labour and employee relations in evolving and diverse
And much more!
Date: May 18 & 19, 2010
Location: Park Town Hotel
About The Canadian Institute
For over 20 years, The Canadian Institute's conferences, summits and executive briefings have provided the business intelligence that Canadian decision makers need to respond to challenges and opportunities both here at home, and around the world. The Canadian Institute operates as a think tank, monitoring trends and developments in all major industry sectors, in the law, and in public policy, with a view to providing information on the leading edge. Headquartered in Toronto, The Canadian Institute produces over 180 events a year, attended by thousands of senior and C-level delegates from across the country. For more information, visit www.CanadianInstitute.com.
Media passes are issued at the discretion of The Canadian Institute and must be arranged in advance. Passes require two business days to process. For media accreditation contact: Paul McComb 416-927-0718 Ext. 333 or email@example.com.
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SOURCE Canadian Institute
For further information: For further information: Paul McComb, The Canadian Institute, (416) 927-0718 Ext. 333, P.Mccomb@CanadianInstitute.com