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Strengthen Your School Leadership

CAIS values the constant and deliberate quest for excellence, and we recognize the vital leadership role that governors play, in partnership with Heads, in the success of our schools. We want all of our schools to have strong Heads who focus on supporting the students of the present, but we also want strong Boards that focus on supporting the students of the future.

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An Update on Human Resources in an Independent School Context

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Standard: Governance (Governance Series)

Date: May 5, 2016

Overview:

This session will examine current and emerging issues with respect to employment law in an independent school setting. The session will review a range of issues including the value of employment agreements, compliance with employment standards, workplace harassment and workplace violence policies, recent case law with respect to just cause and a review of effective employment policies and practices. The session will focus on best practices to assist and support the school’s Board of Governors and school administration.

Facilitator

Speaker: Eric Roher

Eric Roher is National Leader of the Education Focus Group at Borden Ladner Gervais LLP. Eric practises in the areas of education law, labour relations and employment law. He advises a range of public and private sector employers, as well as school boards and independent schools. He also represents clients before administrative tribunals and labour relations boards, including the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board, Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, the Ontario Labour Relations Board and the Ontario College of Teachers.