ARCHIVE | 13th Annual Labor and Employment Law Conference

International Track

Addressing Workplace Mental Health Issues around the World
Friday, November 8 | 11:30 am - 12:45 pm

Mental Health in the Workplace
Cristiano Cominotto

Approaches to Workplace Mental Health Issues in the United States
Camille Olson

What is Addiction?
Link Christin

Mental Health Issues in the Workplace
Sarah Chilton

Mental Health Issues in the Workplace - the UK Perspective
Sarah Chilton

Mental Health Need is High in our Population
Judy Krebs

A Case Study: Addressing Mental Health Issues in the Workplace Through Collective Bargaining and Labor-Management Collaboration
Judy Krebs

Case Slide

Mental Health in the Workplace

The Brave New World: NAFTA 2.0, BREXIT and Cross-Border Labor Migration
Thursday, November 7 | 11:30 am - 12:45 pm

USMCA (The “new” NAFTA?)
Kushal Patel 

The Brave New World
Osvaldo O. Barsanti

Why NAFTA's 2.0 Current Labor Provisions Fall Short
Owen E. Herrnstadt

Cross-Border Employment Issues and Canada’s Immigration Policy
Danny J. Kaufer

The Brave New World: NAFTA 2.0, BREXIT and Cross-Border Labor Migration
Marcia Longdon

Pay Equity around the World: The Next Chapter of the #MeToo Movement
Thursday, November 7 | 2:30 pm - 3:45 pm

Pay Equity Around the World: The Next Chapter of the #MeToo Movement (Focus: Mitigation and Assessment Strategies for the Multinational Corporation)
Nicole A. Groves and Kimberly Y. Jones

The Union Advantage—How Unions Reduce the Gender Pay Gap
Yona Rozen

"#MeTooPay" - The Convergence of Sexual Harassment and Equal Pay Claims
Colleen Cleary

Braving the New World: Multinational Strategies for Addressing Pay Equity
Kathryn G. Mantoan

A UK Claimant Employment Lawyer Perspective
Chris Benson

Pay Equity Scenarios
Colleen Cleary, Chris Benson, Nicole Groves, Kimberly Jones, Yona Rozen, and Kathryn Mantoan

Case Study 1 & 2