Resources relating to Covid-19 Workplace Legal Issues
With much of Ontario in “Stage 2” of its emergence from the COVID-19 lockdown, we update some considerations for employers as they re-open their businesses.Read More...
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.
Ron Minken interviewed on workers retaining their right to refuse unsafe work and the right to ask for accommodation in the context of redeployment.
How can employers manage mental health-related concerns in their workplace as employees return to work in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic?
Employers in Ontario, regardless of the size of the business, should have in place a plan and a policy for employees’ sick leave.
Employment contracts are always an excellent way to establish the terms of an employment relationship for both the employee and the employer.