The Ontario Government’s introduction of Bill 149, Working for Workers Four Act, 2023, signals a forward step in the province’s labour legislation.Read More...
In a significant development for labour rights in Canada, the City of Ottawa has taken a step by banning replacement workers during strikes.
To protect the well-being of employees, the Ontario government has taken proactive measures by implementing the Naloxone in the Workplace program.
Significant amendments have been made to the Competition Act of Canada, impacting employers across the country.
Ontario employers have a duty to handle sexual harassment complaints seriously, promptly and sensitively. Failure to do so could result in liability.
Ontario employers are required to maintain a safe workplace free from harassment, including sexual harassment and sexual assault.
Ontario Employment lawyers often come across workplace sexual harassment cases where the perpetrator's actions constituted unintentional harassment.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has brought about unprecedented challenges worldwide. Among those challenges is the prevalence of long COVID.