NIC hosts employer seminars

North Island College will host two business seminars in June.

North Island College will host two business seminars in partnership with the Employers’ Advisers Office.

Both seminars take place on June 8 at the Mount Waddington Regional Campus in Port Hardy.

Claims Management Module 1 – Introduction will provide participants with a brief overview of the workers’ compensation system. Employers will receive information on some of the law and policies associated with the adjudication and management of claims by WorkSafeBC. The seminar is from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Due Diligence for Employers will discuss the elements of due diligence. Managers and supervisors will gain a better understanding of the legislative and regulatory requirements necessary to demonstrate due diligence in their workplace. This seminar is from 1 to 4 p.m.

If you wish to attend, please contact Colleen Sorensen at 250-949-7912 ext. 2863 or visit the Mount Waddington Regional Campus. There is no fee for attendance, but confirmation of participation must be submitted prior to May 31.

 

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