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.
Low-skilled workers are often afforded less notice than specialized staff but that tradition could be changing, warns one industry lawyer.