Ontario employment relationships are governed by various pieces of legislation. These laws are designed to protect the workers and ensure that they are treated fairly in the workplace, while also establishing a clear set of rules that employers can rely on when making hiring, management, and termination decisions. Find out more inside.
If your company is a federally regulated employer, you need to be aware of changes coming to the Canada Labour Code on February 1, 2024. The recent changes include new termination notice requirements which being the federally regulated sector in line with the provinces. How do I know if my business is federally regulated? Most […]
We previously discussed the upcoming Working for Workers Four Act, 2023 (WW4 Act) in our blog post on November 15, 2023, found at this link. As of the date of this blog post, namely as of January 16, 2024, the law is still at the Second Reading stage in the Ontario Legislative Assembly. It is […]
Ontario employment relationships are governed by various pieces of legislation. These laws are designed to protect the workers and ensure that they are treated fairly in the workplace, while also establishing a clear set of rules that employers can rely on when making hiring, management, and termination decisions. However, while the legislation in Ontario comes […]
The Ontario government has released the text of its latest employment legislation, the fourth in a serios of Working for Workers Acts. These acts have made some changes to various pieces of Ontario legislation including the Employment Standards Act, 2000.
Companies with at least 20 employees in Ontario must file an AODA Compliance Report by the end of the year, namely December 31, 2023. If you need assistance with AODA Compliance in Ontario, or employment law support, or human resources, please do not hesitate to contact Bridge Legal and HR Solutions at (647) 794-5442 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upcoming Legislation: New Ontario Workplace Legislation with Salary Ranges, AI Disclosures, and More Coming Soon
Explore the upcoming Ontario workplace legislation with salary ranges, AI hiring disclosures, non-disclosure review and additional amendments.
Starting from November 1, 2023, British Columbia employers are required to include wage or salary information on publicly advertised job postings, while bonus pay, overtime, tips, and benefits are optional. Find more details inside.
While proving a hostile work environment is legally challenging, working in an overly hostile environment can amount to a breach of your legal rights and should not be ignored.
General minimum wage increased to $16.55 as of October 1, 2023. More details inside.