Jenn Miller is the curriculum develop-ment
coordinator for Occupational Safety
Group (OSG) in London, Ont. She has a
Bachelor of Arts degree in literature from
the University of Western Ontario and
has over a decade of curriculum devel-opment
experience. She is responsible
for creating and editing various forms of
health and safety content for OSG. Her
professional goal at OSG is to make health and safety informa-tion
accessible so that workers return home to loved ones each and
every day. Read her article on how to manage multi-generational
workforces on page 27.
Kathleen Chevalier is a partner practic-ing
in the Employment & Labour Group.
She advises clients on all aspects of the
employment relationship and provides
advice on the employment impact of com-mercial
transactions. Chevalier routinely
represents clients in litigation arising out
of the employment relationship. She also
conducts in-house supervisory training
seminars, has assisted many employers with achieving compliance
with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, and
is a regular contributor to Stikeman Elliott’s Employment Labour
and Pension Law blog. On page 39, read the article she wrote with
Tamara Ticoll featuring tips for managing cannabis legalization
from hire to fire.
Tamara Ticoll is an associate practicing
in the Employment & Labour Group.
Ticoll advises and represents employers
in all areas of employment and labour law
including wrongful dismissals, human
rights, employment standards, occupa-tional
health and safety and safety matters
and workplace policies and investigations.
On page 39, read the article she wrote
with Kathleen Chevalier featuring tips for managing cannabis
legalization from hire to fire.
Lorenzo Lisi is the leader of the
Workplace Law Group at Aird & Berlis.
He has practised exclusively in the area
of labour and employment law for almost
30 years, representing employers on all
areas touching labour and employment
law, both provincially and federally. His
expertise spans the broad spectrum of
workplace law, whether it be defending
employers against employee claims or dealing with a unionized
workplace. He has extensive experience in grievance and labour
board litigation, injunctive proceedings, responding to union orga-nizing
and applications for certification, collective bargaining and
grievance arbitration. Lisi’s article on cannabis compliance begins
on page 41.
Naumaan Hameed is a partner, Canadian
Immigration Practice Leader at KPMG
Law LLP and has extensive experience
in corporate immigration law. He has
been recognized as a Certified Specialist
in Immigration Law by the Law Society
of Ontario and is licensed to practice law
in the United States (Massachusetts). He
represents many large multinational com-panies
in various business lines and across numerous industries.
He is actively involved in stakeholder feedback, policy proposals
and recommendations for immigration reform with senior immi-gration
authorities to address issues impacting the economic needs
of his clients. He can be contacted at email@example.com.
Hameed’s article on cross border business travel after marijuana
legalization begins on page 45.
Jason Beeho is a partner at Levitt LLP,
and advises employers across a breadth
of industry sectors, assisting his clients
in all areas of workplace law. He regularly
works with HR professionals in prepar-ing
employment and consulting contracts,
performance improvement plans, termi-nation
agreements and workplace policies
of various descriptions; he is also expe-rienced
in working with corporate counsel on the labour and
employment aspects of reorganizations and sale-of-business
transactions. Additionally, Beeho has built a strong reputation
assisting executives and other senior-level individuals with their
personal employment law matters. As the HR law representative
on HR Professional’s Editorial Advisory Board, read the article
Beeho wrote for this issue’s Workplace Culture column, starting
on page 47.
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