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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.
Recent figures show that workplace harassment is not a rarity in Canada. Employers are required to deal with workplace harassment when it happens. However, businesses also need to take concrete steps to prevent harassment from occurring in the first place.
What is the role of human resources and how can an HR department help you unlock the potential of your business? Our colleague Denise Kuhn provides an insightful breakdown of the advantages of human resource consultants for business of any size.
New Human Rights Tribunal decision sends a decisive message to employers about accommodating pandemic-related childcare responsibilities. Current modeling respecting the spread of COVID-19 makes it
The definition of a workplace has been evolving over the decades – the past year has accelerated the shift. What are the risks associated with employees working from home and whose homes are outside of Ontario or outside of Canada altogether?
We are pleased to announce that Denise Kuhn has joined our team at Bridge Legal & HR Solutions. Denise is an HR professional with 20+ years experience in diverse business environments, Denise will provide strategic guidance and proven solutions tailored to enable your strategy and optimize people operations.
Juliana Saxberg is a bilingual, senior lawyer with over 15 years experience practicing employment, labour, workplace privacy, human rights, pension and benefits, administrative, and Constitutional law, corporate and non-profit governance, director and officer liability, public law, and judicial review, in Ontario, Saskatchewan, and British Columbia.
On January 12, 2021 Ontario declared a second provincial emergency to address rising numbers of COVID-19 cases in Ontario. This declaration was accompanied by a
Deadline for this year’s AODA compliance report extended until June 30, 2021. Website requirements remain in place for large organizations who must ensure their website content meets the WCAG 2.0 Level AA standard by January 1, 2021.