Jay joined CCP as a partner in October of 2001.
Jay represents employers in all areas of labour and employment law at both federal and provincial levels. He provides strategic advice and representation to management with respect to a full range of labour relations and employment law matters. He regularly appears as counsel in collective bargaining and before the Ontario (OLRB) and Canada (CIRB) labour/industrial relations boards, the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal, as well as private boards of arbitration and various other employment-related statutory tribunals.
Jay has significant experience advising management on labour and employment issues arising from all manner of corporate transactions or reorganizations and in representing employers in the construction industry. Jay regularly conducts workshops and seminars dealing with issues such as union organizing, employee relations, managing in a union workplace, human rights/accommodation and employment standards. Jay has also served as an employer nominee on both rights and interest boards of arbitration.
Dec 09, 2019
On December 9, 2019, Jay Rider will be speaking at the Construction Labour & Employment Relations Conference on "Bill 100 – The Protectin......MORE
Oct 25, 2018
On October 25, 2015 Jay Rider and Kelsey Orth spoke at the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce on Legalizing Marijuana in the Workplace....MORE
Feb 01, 2018
Kindly note, this seminar is to proceed in February 2018. The specific date, time and location will be announced in the upcoming weeks. CCPart......MORE
Member of Canadian Association of Counsel to Employers (CACE) Member of Ontario Bar Association
In the latest of a number of really disturbing and head-scratching arbitral decisions involving the theft of narcotic drugs by drug addicted heal......MORE
This is the message being sent to the labour relations community by arbitrator Lyle Kanee in a very recent award (re Communications, Energy and Pap......MORE
In two very recent decisions, Courts in Canada have confirmed that Human Rights Tribunals do not have exclusive domain over the interpretation of h......MORE