Ontario’s employment reforms will change more than just the minimum wage, but the issue’s been overlooked – until now
Employees are still owed about $140,000 after the company failed to comply with an order to pay.
A leading employment lawyer explores the proposed changes and explains what they mean for HR.
A federal court judge has signed off on an agreement which will see victims of sexual harassment awarded between $10,000 and $220,000.
Accommodating an employee with a disability can be difficult if the medical information provided is unreliable or inadequate.
The provincial government says new legislation could come as early as next week.
A leading industry lawyer explains what HR should do when they find out their current employees may be under invalid agreements.
Employers won’t have to permit the recreational use of cannabis in the workplace but they will have to revisit current guidelines.
The academic institute pleaded guilty last month after an employee was seriously injured in a fall.
The Ontario Court of Appeal has upheld a hefty award after one employer’s angry comment was deemed unacceptable.
Testing will begin later this month after attempts by the union to block the policy were unsuccessful.