Summer 2015 Atlantic Employers’ Counsel article republished in Canadian Corporate Counsel
The article, 10 tips to having an attendance management plan that works, which was featured in the latest edition of the Atlantic Employers’ Counsel by St. John’s partner Harold M. Smith, QC, has been reprinted in a recent issue of Canadian Corporate Counsel: A Practical Reference for Corporate, Municipal and Crown Counsel.
When developing an attendance management plan for the workplace, it is important to take the appropriate steps to ensure it does not fail. This piece outlines some of these key steps, such as the importance of customizing a plan that fits the environment, ensuring all necessary parties are involved and effectively implementing this plan into the workplace culture.
During a Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners Ottawa branch meeting Wednesday, January 16, Halifax partner Richard Niedermayer, TEP, will help to answer some questions surrounding various trusts and estates matters. He will join an…Read More
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Halifax partner Richard Niedermayer, TEP, has written an article in the October 2018 Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (“STEP”) Canada newsletter, reviewing some unique estate planning and administration issues addressed at this year’s STEP conference. In…Read More