Global Talent Management: Navigating Immigration and Hiring Practices in Canada

Join us to gain insight and stay informed on the ever-evolving realm of immigration and hiring practices in Canada with Thompson Dorfman Sweatman (TDS) LLP, Manitoba’s largest labour and employment practice firm.

In this session you will learn:

Tips and tricks for hiring Temporary Foreign Workers in Canada, which will cover the topics:
– How to hire foreign workers through LMIA (Labour Market Impact Assessment)?
– Hiring of immigrants and if there are different procedures related to that

Cross Border work – Canadian/US immigration consideration, which will cover the topics:
– How Canadians who work remotely for US employers need to navigate and comply with both Canadian/US immigration laws.
– International employees and what their needs are in terms of Visas if their work takes them into the USA (ie. truck drivers)

Hiring and non-discrimination practices

Employees working remotely for Canadian employers in other provinces and or countries.

Hiring contract/term employees, and how to deal with confidentiality/non-disclosure with them

Event Info:

April 25th, 2024
12:00 – 1:00 pm CST
Free Online Webinar


Katie Leung

Katie Leung

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Katie Leung is a TDS associate whose practice is concentrated primarily in the areas of immigration, and related corporate and commercial work, advising Canadian companies and foreign nationals with a variety of immigration matters.

Katie grew up in Hong Kong. She studied law and received her Juris Doctorate with honours from New England Law | Boston in 2018. She is a dual US and Canadian license lawyer, currently licensed by the Law Society of Manitoba (Canada), State of New York and the State of Massachusetts (USA). Katie can advise clients in Cantonese, conversational Mandarin, and English. Katie is a member of the Canada Bar Association – Immigration Law Section and a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association – Canada chapter.

Eli Milner

Eli Milner

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Eli is an associate lawyer with Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP. Eli obtained their Juris Doctor from the University of Manitoba in 2020. During law school, they worked at The Manitoba Human Rights Commission assisting legal counsel in representing the public interest at adjudication.

Eli’s practice is in litigation and administrative law with a focus in labour and employment, aboriginal law and human rights law.


Apr 25 2024


12:00 pm - 1:00 pm




Human Resources

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