First in a series of free webinars on Health and the Mobile Workforce
- presents key findings from research on employment-related geographical mobility in the Canadian context looking at its impact on the effectiveness of workers’ compensation legislation in selected Canadian provinces
- distinguishes challenges that arise for different categories of workers who are injured, including those engaged in a long daily commute, intraprovincial and interprovincial workers and temporary foreign workers in Canada or Canadian workers engaged in work outside of Canada.
- examines some of the effects of the workers’ compensation process, particularly return-to-work requirements, on workers’ families.
Presenters: Katherine Lippel and Dana Howse; co-moderator Barb Neis
Thursday May 30 at 11:00 AM Pacific Time, 2:00 PM Eastern Time, 3:00 pm Atlantic, 3.30 NL