A new study has revealed that many workers tend to keep quiet about important issues but their silence could be costing your business.
Employers in the province now have access to the 2016-2017 inspection schedules.
Gay staff members say they shouldn’t have to fly to a country where homosexuality is considered a crime, punishable by death.
A recent decision is offering clarity to employers over exactly what constitutes a “workplace” for health and safety inspections.
A recent survey has revealed the one vice – which is unrelated to work – is linked to lower pay and fewer job prospects.
Employees can earn cash by opting for an early night as the company implements a rewards program for well-rested workers.
It might sound far-fetched to some but recent changes to the Ontario Human Rights Code suggest otherwise.
One former patient claims a nurse’s “terrifying” tattoo left her with nightmares but bosses have stood by their liberal appearance policy.
An interim decision by Ontario’s Human Rights Tribunal could bolster female employees’ rights following a lost pregnancy.
A former flight attendant has launched her second lawsuit against the Canadian carrier, making renewed claims of a sexist culture.