Presented in partnership between the Markham Board of Trade and the Markham Small Business Centre, this Speaker Series will cover a wide array of “Employer Essentials” topics.
This third session in the series will be on:
Changing Workplace Laws (Bill 148)
Employer Health Tax
The first part of the session will be presented by Joel Smith of Williams HR Law on Bill 148: How to make Ontario’s new labour and employment legislation work for your workplace. This interactive learning experience will feature real-world case study examples as Joel explores Bill 148’s most significant changes and how they could impact your workplace. Joel will then outline innovative ways to comply and even thrive under this new set of rules and regulations.
You’ll leave the seminar with:
- An understanding of Bill 148’s implications
- An overview of your organization’s compliance obligations under the new legislation
- Strategies to meet compliance responsibilities under Bill 148
The second part of this session will be presented by Keith D'Souza from the Ontario Ministry of Finance who will provide an “Introduction to Employer Health Tax”. Keith's presentation will show employers who has to pay the tax, when it is due, how it is calculated, and how to register and file their returns.
The target audience for these sessions would be new business owners or entrepreneurs, as well as HR managers who are new to their roles, with the goal of providing them with information required to effectively operate their business.
Tuesday, November 21, 2017
10:00 a.m. to 12:00 Noon
IBM Innovation Space - Markham Convergence Centre (map)
3600 Steeles Avenue E., Training Room A-102
Markham, ON L3R 9Z7
FREE to attend.
- ONLINE: click “register” button below
- BY EMAIL: events [at] markhamboard.com
- BY PHONE: 289-844-3024
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