Resident caretakers play an important role in the day to day management of a multi-unit apartment building. As a property manager, it is important to know what to look for when hiring a resident caretaker and how to design this job position. If the relationship doesn’t “fit” anymore, it is equally important to know how to exit the relationship. In this interactive workshop, twin (!) lawyers Lisa Mackie (AHBL LLP) and Taryn Mackie (Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP) will offer two very different perspectives with the same management goal in mind. Do you work with a resident caretaker? Then sign up for this seminar and feel more at home with this work.
Fee: Members: $15; Non-Members: $25
Lisa Mackie is the leader of the Strata Property Practice Group and a member of the firm’s Insurance and Real Estate Practices. Her primary areas of practice are Strata Property Law and Residential Tenancy Law. At Alexander Holburn, Lisa was the 2019/ 2020 chair of the Women’s Forum, a group dedicated to promoting business development and networking opportunities among our female lawyers, paralegals and female clients. Prior to joining Alexander Holburn, Lisa worked in the law reform field as a legal researcher with the British Columbia Law Institute and the Canadian Centre for Elder Law Studies.
Taryn Mackie is a partner, and currently the Chair of Vancouver’s Employment & Labour department, at Norton Rose Fulbright. She advises clients on all aspects of workplace law in unionized and non-unionized environments, including on collective bargaining, labour relations, human rights, workers’ compensation, disability management and workplace accommodations, wrongful dismissals, and employment standards. Taryn regularly prepares and advises clients upon employment agreements and workplace policies, and has assisted in, and conducted, workplace investigations, including disciplinary investigations and harassment investigations.