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Many employers with workforces primarily working from home during the pandemic are now deciding whether to bring employees back to the office or to make the remote workplace a permanent arrangement.

For those who wish to have employees work at home, exclusively or on a part-time basis, health and safety considerations should be top of mind.

Join Chris West and Katherine Ford, lawyers at Sherrard Kuzz LLP, as they discuss what employers need to know to keep workers safe and limit liability.


Katherine Ford

Manager of Knowledge Management - Sherrard Kuzz LLP
Katherine is the firm’s Manager of Knowledge Management, responsible for enhancing the team’s practice efficiency and other knowledge management programs. Called to the Bar in both Ontario and British Columbia, Katherine is an experienced employment and labour lawyer who, prior to assuming the Knowledge Management role, practiced law for 13 years providing advice to employers across the country. Recognized by Lexpert® as a leading human rights lawyer, Katherine’s expertise also includes workplace investigations, violence and harassment in the workplace, and positive employee relations.

Chris West

Sherrard Kuzz LLP
Chris advises and advocates for employers on a broad range of employment and labour law matters. He has represented clients before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, Court of Appeal for Ontario and Ontario Human Rights Tribunal. Chris is a member of the Law Society of Ontario, Canadian Bar Association and Ontario Bar Association (Labour & Employment; Civil Litigation; Constitutional, Civil Liberties and Human Rights; and Young Lawyers).

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