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Blue J Legal

The COVID-19 pandemic has negatively impacted Canadians’ mental and physical health. Over the past year, Canadians have struggled to adjust to the new “normal” which, for millions of Canadians, includes working from home.

Throughout provincial lockdowns and restrictions, employers have been learning to navigate the new remote working environments including managing productivity among employees as well as managing substance use and confidentiality laws.

During this webinar, an employment lawyers from leading Canadian employment & labour law firms will discuss the employer’s duty manage productivity levels and potential substance use at home, while abiding by confidentiality laws for employees working from home.

In this presentation, you will: 
  • The state of the law surrounding an employer’s right to perform drug and alcohol testing when employees are working from home
  • The state of the law surrounding an employees confidentiality when working from home
  • Influential factors that HR professionals should know when dealing with drug and alcohol testing
  • How AI-powered platform can assist HR professionals in navigating complex drug and alcohol testing

Who should attend: 
  • HR professionals / in-house counsel

Meet your instructors

Bettina Xue Griffin

Blue J Legal

Bettina Xue Griffin designs and builds machine learning-backed tools in areas of employment law and tax law. At Blue J, she has helped to create a platform that provides clarity of the law to employment and tax law practitioners. Blue J practitioners can use a prediction engine to predict scenario outcomes, and a factorbased decision finder to find relevant decisions incredibly quickly. The platform also has a simplified diagramming feature, and allows for digital statute analysis that streamlines research. Prior to joining Blue J, she worked as a commercial litigator and has represented clients at all levels of court in Ontario, Canada.

Andrew Monkhouse

Andrew Monkhouse has worked tirelessly for clients in Civil Litigation specializing in Employment, Human Rights, and Disability Insurance Law. Prior to founding Monkhouse Law, Andrew worked for Canada’s largest labour and employment firm and for the government of Canada. He has proudly advised and represented employees, as well as employers.

Course Curriculum

    1. Webinar Recording

    2. PowerPoint

    1. Course Survey

About this course

  • 3 lessons
  • 1 hour of video content