Student Work Placement Program – How to access our $7,500 student wage subsidy

Join us for an in depth 101 info session on our new Student Work Placement Program (SWPP).

The Student Work Placement Program (SWPP) connects employers with post-secondary training institutions and their students. Post secondary institutions are looking for paid quality work experiences for their students – and our industry offers numerous non-driving occupations that fit this need.

Participation in the program involves offering quality work experiences of up to 16 weeks and we cover 75% of the wage, up to $7500.
What’s in it for you?

In addition to the financial incentive – this is an opportunity to bring young talent into your workplace, assess students for future employment, and help the industry as a whole in promoting the various non-driving occupations we offer.

Learn more about the program by registering to attend this webinar. We look forward to hosting you.

 

Please Register Below

Funded in part by the Government of Canada’s Student Work Placement Program.

How Career ExpressWay can help you pay for young talent

Join us for an in-depth 101 info session on our upgraded Career ExpressWay Program.  Career ExpressWay.

Trucking HR Canada’s Career ExpressWay connects employers with career seekers looking for professional work experience in one of Canada’s largest and essential sectors.

We will be doing a deep dive on how to access funds through our wage subsidy programs: 

  • Student wage subsidy – $7,500
  • Youth Wage Subsidy – $10,000
  • Driver Training Subsidy
Learn more about the programs by registering to attend this webinar. We look forward to hosting you.

Please Register Below

 

Funded in part by the Government of Canada’s Student Work Placement Program.   

Top Fleet Employer Information Session

Join us on Wednesday the 27th of October, 2021 @ 12noon (Eastern) for an “All you need to know” about the Top Fleet Employers Program and Application process.

We will be walking you through the following:

  • Steps to completing the TFE application
  • Benefits to being a part of the Top Fleet Employer Program
  • How to Navigate the Top Fleet Employer portal
  • Awards of Excellence criteria

Who should attend?

Anyone new to the Top Fleet Employer program.

Current TFEs who are filling out the application for the first time.

Anyone who has questions or needs clarifications about the TFE program and application process.

Register below to join us on the 27th of October.

 

Programme de stages pratiques pour étudiants – Découvrez comment accéder à une subvention salariale pour étudiants de 7 500 $ oct – 13

JOIGNEZ-VOUS À NOUS POUR UNE SESSION D’INFORMATION EN PROFONDEUR SUR NOTRE NOUVEAU PROGRAMME DE STAGES PRATIQUES POUR ÉTUDIANTS (PSPE).

Le Programme de stages pratiques pour étudiants (PSPE) met en lien les employeurs avec des établissements d’enseignement postsecondaires et leurs étudiants. Les établissements d’enseignement postsecondaires sont à la recherche d’expériences de travail de qualité et payées pour leurs étudiants – et notre industrie propose de nombreux postes autres que ceux de la conduite qui répondent à ce besoin.

LA PARTICIPATION AU PROGRAMME IMPLIQUE D’OFFRIR DES EXPÉRIENCES DE TRAVAIL DE QUALITÉ PENDANT UNE PÉRIODE ALLANT JUSQU’À 16 SEMAINES ET NOUS COUVRONS 75% DU SALAIRE, JUSQU’À 7 500 $.
QU’AVEZ-VOUS À Y GAGNER?

En plus de l’incitatif financier, c’est l’occasion d’amener de jeunes talents au sein de votre milieu de travail, d’évaluer des étudiants en vue d’emplois futurs et d’aider l’industrie dans son ensemble à promouvoir les différentes professions autres que celles de la conduite que nous offrons.

APPRENEZ-EN PLUS SUR LE PROGRAMME EN VOUS INSCRIVANT À CE WEBINAIRE. NOUS NOUS RÉJOUISSONS À LA PERSPECTIVE DE VOUS ACCUEILLIR.

 

Veuillez vous inscrire ci-dessous

 

Ce projet est financé en partie par le Programme de stages pratiques pour étudiants.   

The Federal Pay Equity Regulations: Employer Roadmap and Q&A with an Employment Lawyer

 

The Federal Pay Equity Regulations: Employer Roadmap and Q&A with an employment lawyer

OCTOBER 20th, 2021 – 12:00 – 1:30 EST 

As of August 31st, 2021, federally regulated employers with 10 or more employees are now subject to the Pay Equity Act and its Regulations. This legislation requires employers to take proactive steps towards eliminating wage gaps between men and women in the workplace – ensuring equal pay for work of equal value. New rules will require employers to meet a series of new obligations over the next three years – most of which will centre around the creation and implementation of a pay equity plan. Is your workplace ready?

For employers and HR professionals looking for more information on how to meet their new regulatory obligations, join Trucking HR Canada and employment lawyer Miguel Mangalindan (Partner at Monkhouse Law) as we review some of the most pressing issues surrounding this high-profile agenda. This informational webinar will provide the opportunity to learn more about key employer requirements, including how to follow the steps of the pay equity process and more. Topics will include:

  • What is the Pay Equity Act and what does it aim to achieve?
  • Employer obligations and key steps in the pay equity process
  • Compliance timelines
  • How compliance and enforcement works under the Pay Equity Act
  • Best practices and practical recommendations on implementing pay equity

Those who register for this webinar will have an opportunity to submit their questions to our team in advance. In the second half of this webinar, Miguel will provide answers and insights, allowing employers to speak with an expert on the topic. Note that any advance questions must be submitted by October 13th, 2021 – however, the webinar will also include some time for some on-the-spot Q&A. Submit all pay equity questions to Marisha Tardif at: [email protected]

Secure your spot by registering now!

 

About Miguel Mangalindan: Toronto employment lawyer Miguel Mangalindan is a Partner with Monkhouse Law. He represents both employers and employees as they navigate the unique legal issues of the workplace.  Miguel has appeared as counsel before several levels of court in Ontario including the Divisional Court and Superior Court.  He has also represented clients before the Human Rights Tribunal of OntarioOntario Labour Relations Board, and Employment and Social Development Canada. Miguel is on the executive of the Ontario Bar Association – Labour and Employment Law section in the position of Continuing Professional Development Co-Coordinator.

About Marisha Tardif: Marisha Tardif is a Senior Analyst at Trucking HR Canada. She provides technical analysis and oversight pertaining to Canada Labour Code changes and enhancements, advising industry stakeholders as required. As project manager on THRC’s Anti-harassment Training for the Trucking Industry initiative, Marisha provides research, review, assistance, and oversight in this area of work. She has also served as a technical advisor with the Pay Equity division of the Canadian Human Rights Commission. 

 

 

 

We look forward to hosting you.

Please Register Below

 

Student Work Placement Program – How to access our $7,500 student wage subsidy

Join us for an in depth 101 info session on our new Student Work Placement Program (SWPP).

The Student Work Placement Program (SWPP) connects employers with post-secondary training institutions and their students. Post secondary institutions are looking for paid quality work experiences for their students – and our industry offers numerous non-driving occupations that fit this need.

Participation in the program involves offering quality work experiences of up to 16 weeks and we cover 75% of the wage, up to $7500.
What’s in it for you?

In addition to the financial incentive – this is an opportunity to bring young talent into your workplace, assess students for future employment, and help the industry as a whole in promoting the various non-driving occupations we offer.

Learn more about the program by registering to attend this webinar. We look forward to hosting you.

 

Please Register Below

 

Funded in part by the Government of Canada’s Student Work Placement Program.   

Workplace Harassment and Violence Prevention: Trucking HR Canada’s 101 Sessions – JUNE 15 Copy

Workplace Harassment and Violence Prevention 101 – Conducting a Workplace Risk Assessment

A must attend info session for:  Federally regulated employers in trucking and logistics. HR leaders and managers. Industry professionals.

Under recent changes to the Canada Labour Code, employers have new obligations when it comes to addressing harassment and violence in the workplace. Employers must now conduct a workplace assessment to identify and prevent risks of harassment and violence.

 

In the third installment of this webinar series — We’ll examine:

 

  • Sources of risk that are relevant to the trucking industry
  •  What employers need to factor into their risk assessment
  •  Regulatory requirements linked to the workplace assessment process

We will also provide an overview of available THRC tools, training and resources to guide you in meeting new compliance requirements.

 

Registration is free and we look forward to hosting you.

 

Please Register Below

This program was developed in partnership with Labour Canada, labour groups, employment lawyers, and HR professionals.   It is delivered in partnership with the Canadian Trucking Alliance and all provincial associations.

 

The project is funded in part by the government of Canada’s Workplace Harassment and Violence Prevention Fund.