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.
As of June 2, 2022, employers in Ontario with 25 or more employees will be required to implement a written “Right to Disconnect” policy. This requirement was included in the recently passed Bill 27, a.k.a. Working for Workers Act.
As employees continue to work remotely some are choosing to relocate. If your business is in Ontario and your employee moves out of province or country, does that change the applicable legislation?
Looking forward to 2022, there are many changes businesses will want to make to overcome the challenges that have emerged from our rapidly changing workforce. Here are 4 HR trends for 2022.
The Working for Workers Act, Bill 27, was amended to adjust some of the bill’s effects on non-compete agreements, protections for foreign nationals, and more.
While the minimum wage already increased in 2021, the Ontario Government has announced that an additional increase will take effect as of January 1, 2022, along with a few other changes.
The Working for Workers Act – Bill 27, has just passed the first reading in Ontario’s legislature. Below find the important changes to the Employment Standards Act, 2000 and other legislation that may affect your business.
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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.