James LeNoury represents a wide range of private and public sector employers and individual employees with respect to employment and labour employment and labour relations legal matters. James was called to the Bar of Ontario in 1992 and has specialized in employment and labour law since that time.
Prior to attending law school James completed a Masters of Counselling Psychology Degree and worked as a crisis counsellor, and child and family therapist at childrens’ mental health centres in Ontario.
In recognition of his accomplishments in the Supreme Court case WIlson v AECL landmark ruling which affects 10,000 federally regulated employers and 500,000 employees, James was awarded the National HR Employment Lawyer of the Year for 2016.
Implications of Decriminalizing Marijuana and the impact on your workplace
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
9:30 am – 10:30 am – Queenston Hall
With the decriminalization of marijuana on the Federal Government’s agenda, the prospect of employees under the influence of marijuana raises concerns about absenteeism, productivity and workplace safety. The balance of responsibilities of managing the workplace and accommodation for certain workers is an area complicated with a variety of laws, codes and human rights requirements. Raymond will discuss the options for managing legal and illegal intoxicants in the workplace and how you can build a plan to address issues as they arise.