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Voting Laws for Canadian Employees

While Canadian readers are no doubt aware that we have a federal election coming up, for those who might not be following Canadian politics, a federal election has been called and voting will take place on Monday October 19, 2015. Fun Facts for American readers Canada is a different country than the United States of … Continue Reading

HR Posting Requirements

Oh statutory posting requirements.  I’ve visited this bland but important topic before, such as past posts on Mandatory Workplace Postings in Ontario when there were new requirements under the Occupational Health and Safety Act. The required OHSA poster that I discussed in that post remains current and can be accessed on the Ministry of Labour’s website. … Continue Reading

Top 2013 Canadian Employment & Labour Cases

Looking for a bootcamp on important cases from 2013?  Here are a few of my favourite Canadian bloggers and their top 5-10 cases from 2013.  There is some overlap, but also a good range of cases to highlights how law can be much more of an art than a science. Important Decisions from 2013 Employment … Continue Reading

Can You Discriminate Against a Volunteer?

The Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with a Disability set out the rights and obligations regarding employees, but what about volunteers?  A reader of this blog (thanks Angie!) has asked about the application of these laws when recruiting volunteers.  Human rights codes across Canada work largely the same on this issue, but since … Continue Reading

Employment Law Resources for Employers

Earlier this week, I received an email from the owner of a small company who was frustrated at all of the resources available for employees and the lack of resources for employers.  She pointed out that the various human rights commissions across Canada will often offer services to complainants, and that in general, the system … Continue Reading
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