Your Business has Survived COVID-19, and Now You Need to Enter Collective Bargaining
Your Business has Survived COVID-19, and
Now You Need to Enter Collective Bargaining

Date: Tuesday, June 2, 2020    |    Time: 1:15pm - 2:15pm EST    |    Cost: FREE
Webinar Outline

Communication Planning
  • Unions have commenced pressure campaigns on social media against employers having to make tough employment decisions
  • Karen Gordon from Gordon Strategies will discuss what to anticipate and key considerations to protect your brand
Shelter in Place
  • We have seen a trend developing where unions have barricaded site access, defying court injunctions
  • We will discuss what you will need to prepare if you wish to maintain operations
  • Housing core personnel on-site
  • Food preparation
  • Logistics equipment and provisions
Security and Picket Lines
  • Social distancing
  • Virtual picketing
  • Pressure campaigns
Transportation and Supplement Labour
  • COVID-19 screening
  • Movement outside provincial boundaries
  • Unions attempt to create fear in the community with outside staff supporting contingency efforts
COVID-19 Related Protests and Demonstrations
  • Sites with outbreaks are seeing protests by union activists
  • What screening measures should be considered
Webinar Outline
Webinar Outline Who Should Attend
  • Human Resources
  • Labour Relations
  • Corporate Security
  • Business Continuity Staff
AFIMAC is now conducting complimentary 1-hour virtual contingency planning training sessions. To learn more or book a session, please reach out to, and we will have one of our subject experts contact you.
Webinar Speakers

Jim Rovers Jim Rovers
Senior Vice President - Operations

Jim Rovers is Senior Vice President- Operations , for AFIMAC Canada. Mr. Rovers is a security practitioner having worked extensively in Canada for the past 30 years. Jim has responsibility for all of AFIMAC Canada's operations. Specialties: Labour Dispute Management, Threat Risk Assessments, Investigations, Executive Protection.
John Noble John Noble
Regional Vice President - Risk Mitigation

Mr. Noble is considered Canada’s leading most expert in the management of Labour Disruption with over 18 years experience in the field of High Risk Security, Executive Protection, Investigations and Labour Dispute Management. With over 100 thousand hours of actual field experience. Mr. Noble also holds a wealth of experience assisting companies across North America with the development and actual execution of Business Continuity Plans. This enables him to bring a wealth of resource and experience to your board room table. Has worked extensively in the training and development of Security Professionals in the area of tactical communication, crowd management and conflict resolution across the Continent.
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