In Ontario, certain organizations are under a provincial government mandate to adopt COVID-19 vaccinations, and others have chosen to do so voluntarily. But, many still are left wondering if they should. Before deciding, answer this question: Is it a reasonable policy?
More than ever, it is a hot topic in the workplace: health and safety. But many do not know where the line is drawn. For example, what is the responsibility of the employer vs that of the employee?
Letting an employee go is never as straightforward as it seems. Below find three steps you should take to protect your business when terminating an employee.
Here are four upcoming and recent legal requirements for Ontario Employers, including reimbursing employees taking sick leave due to COVID-19 and minimum wage increases.
Long COVID is the term used for individuals that are experiencing lasting effects from COVID-19. It includes a range of new or ongoing symptoms and effects that can last for a long period following the initial infection. Individuals who experience this may be considered to have a disability.
Human resources can often be a key missing piece that, when placed, helps your business focus on growth and the bottom line while also unlocking hidden potential that may be overlooked in day to day operations. Far from being a cost centre, custom-tailored HR solutions are instrumental in harnessing your business’ people power.
5 Ways to Enhance Your Employee Onboarding Experience and Help Them be an Asset to Your Organization.
Knowing the difference between employee onboarding and employee orientation is critical to retaining your new hires. Reduced turnover makes for a happier, healthier organization.
What you don’t know about Canadian spam regulations could be costly to your business. While many know what a spam email is, spam in Canada applies to much more than an email. Keep reading to learn what constitutes as spam in Canada and how your business can avoid costly fines from complaints about spam.
Employees laid off during the COVID-19 period are deemed to be on infectious disease emergency leave and are not actually laid off – or so says an Ontario regulation. However, the Ontario Superior Court has come up both heads and tails on the issue. Hansard records indicate that MPPs believe the regulation is stymying terminations and keeping businesses afloat. Who’s right? It may be too soon to tell.
The CRTC has recently sent a record individual fine for breaches of the anti-spam law. As the volume and types of direct advertising grow, organizations across Canada should consider their plans and practices to ensure they are in compliance with CASL.