Health Care and Community Living - Contingency Planning & Execution Strategies for Labour Disputes (Canadian Content)

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Overview

Title:Health Care and Community Living - Contingency Planning & Execution Strategies for Labour Disputes (Canadian Content)

Date:Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Time:1:00pm - 2:00pm EST

Cost:FREE

Topics Discussed

Review the business impact of a potential labour dispute
Outline union pressure tactics
Review planning strategies and critical time lines.
Review what you should be prepared for prior to and during a work stoppage: at home, in the community, in the media - traditional and social and on the picket line
Manage expectations via real life examples
Suggested courses of action

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Webinar Outline

Knowing what is 'normal' during a health care and community living work stoppage will help keep your reaction in perspective and emotions under control. This webinar will help you develop and build a plan, achieving the ultimate goal of keeping your employees and the people you care for safe while allowing you to continue your operations and provide the care your clients require. You will be provided with guidelines to help you manage the expectations of all affected by a labour dispute. During this presentation, we will look at several areas and strategies that will allow you to meet these goals.

Speaker

John Noble John Noble
Regional VP Risk Mitigation

John Noble is the Regional VP Risk Mitigation at AFIMAC Canada. Mr. Noble has more than 20 years of experience in the field of high risk security, executive protection, investigations and labour dispute management assisting companies across North America.




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