Bridge Legal & HR Solutions is pleased to announce that Irene Harmidarow has joined our team!
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.
There has been a shortage of Canadian workers that has only been exasperated by COVID-19. With borders starting to reopen, here are five points to keep in mind when planning to hire outside of Canada.
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 clear that keeping children home temporarily is a responsible choice. Every working parent in the community is impacted by school and child-care closures. That said, even insofar as pandemic-related restrictions […]
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 “Stay-at-Home Order” and a recommendation that business allow employees to work from home where such an arrangement is possible. While restrictions were placed on “non-essential” businesses even prior to the […]
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.