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Edith Bramwell

Chairperson Federal Public Sector Labour Relations and Employment Board


Alex Ognibene

Employer counsel

Natasha Aruliah

JEDDI (Justice, Equity, Decolonising, Diversity and Inclusion) Specialist

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Aubrey Gonsalves

Diversity Vice-President CUPE National


Critical issues remain regarding policies and procedures aimed at ensuring equity, diversity, and inclusion in hiring, promotion, and retention. In this webinar, experts consider these issues by addressing the following questions:

  • What lessons can be learned from recent cases where employees have alleged discriminatory promotion practices? How can employers ensure fair and transparent promotion practices?
  • How do unconscious biases impact recruitment? How can employers address implicit biases and stereotypes in their recruitment practices?
  • How does the gender wage gap continue to influence the recruitment of women across different industries? How can employers and unions address the gender wage gap in their employment policies?
  • What are best practices when it comes to hiring Indigenous workers? What role can unions play in ensuring equitable opportunities for the promotion of Indigenous workers?
  • What considerations should employers take into account in seeking to recruit from distinct age groups? How can employers integrate generational differences into the workplace culture to promote inclusion when retaining employees?
  • How can employers and unions address language barriers in their recruitment policies? How can employers foster a culture of inclusion in the workplace that takes language barriers into consideration?
  • What role can unions play in ensuring equity when it comes to hiring, promoting, and retaining employees? What are examples of equity-focused policies and practices that unions across Canada have developed?


This program has been approved for 1.5 Continuing Professional Development hours under Category A of the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Log of the Human Resource Professionals Association (HRPA).

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This program has been approved by CPHR Alberta for 1.5 Continuing Professional Development hours.

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  • This program has been approved by the Law Society of British Columbia for 1.5 Continuing Professional Development hours.

Additional Information

Valuable, up-to-date materials and case summaries will be available for downloading from our website. Each webinar is accompanied by a PDF of concise summaries of the cases discussed.

Live webinar, video, and MP3 bundle – $440
Live webinar – $275
Video and MP3 – $275
(Registrations must be paid in advance of the webinar)
Please contact us by email, or by phone at (416) 977-6618, for discount pricing for additional participants and group orders.

Webinar video and MP3 files are available for $275. Those who have purchased the live webinar may purchase the corresponding downloadable video and MP3 file for the discounted price of $165.

The video recording, MP3 file, and materials are available for download and viewing one business day after the live webinar. After purchasing, you will receive an e-mail with instructions on how to access and download the video recording, MP3 file, and materials by visiting My Account and selecting Order History. For purchases for upcoming webinars, once the video recording and MP3 file and materials are available, registrants will receive an update e-mail informing them that the links are now ready.

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