Emergency protections introduced in June through Ontario Regulation 228/20 were to expire in September but have now been extended until January 2, 2021.Read More...
The Ontario government enacted temporary changes to the Employment Standards Act, 2000 to assist employers and employees alike during the COVID-19 cri Read More...
Many families successfully juggle both parenting and a career, but this year may be more challenging than most after the COVID-19 pandemic shut down.
How do you enforce a professional, yet weather appropriate dress code in the office? And what do you need to know about your employees’ rights?
With much of Ontario in “Stage 2” of its emergence from COVID-19 lockdown, we update some considerations for employers as they re-open businesses.
As employees realize they can do remote work without having to go in to the office, “working from home” is no longer just an occasional perk.
Employers in Ontario have an obligation to ensure their employees are not subject to discrimination or human rights violations in the workplace.
The Ontario Government has implemented temporary changes to labour laws in order to avoid triggering terminations and to help businesses stay afloat.