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Ontario's Bill 88, also known as the Working for Workers Act, 2022, was introduced to the legislature in March 2022 and aims to improve working
When it comes to termination clauses in employment contracts, Canadian employers must navigate a delicate balance between protecting their own interests and ensuring that they
Sexual discrimination and harassment in the workplace is a serious issue that can have severe consequences for both the victims and the employer. In some
The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario (HRTO) has concurrent jurisdiction over human rights issues that arise in a unionized workplace. This means that the HRTO
In the Canadian workplace, there are several different types of grievances that can occur between employees and their employers. These grievances can range from simple
Canadian companies should direct managers on when, why, and how to issue written warnings to employees for various reasons. Written warnings serve as a formal
The boiler plate policy below should give you as an employer a good idea what should be included in a company policy that deals with
In Canada, the laws that protect employee grievances vary by province and territory. Generally, they include the following: The Canada Labour Code, which applies to
In Canada, employment law generally recognizes that “breach of trust” by an employee is a serious violation of the employment relationship and can be grounds
A “poisoned work environment” refers to a workplace where an employee is subjected to ongoing harmful or offensive behavior. This can include harassment, discrimination, bullying,