Legislation

Labour arbitrators share concurrent jurisdiction with Human Rights Tribunal: Ontario court

Case confirms unionized employees can take human rights complaints to tribunal

Labour arbitrators share concurrent jurisdiction with Human Rights Tribunal: Ontario court

Is your job vacancy real? Ontario cracks down on employers posting ‘ghost jobs’

'In aggregate, it is a lot more that employers need to be cognizant of; it represents a pretty big investment in terms of time and administrative costs'

Is your job vacancy real? Ontario cracks down on employers posting ‘ghost jobs’

Alberta joins N.B., Saskatchewan in school pronoun policy – what will this mean for workplaces?

Government policies could cause 'trickle-down' effect and HR should be prepared, say experts

Alberta joins N.B., Saskatchewan in school pronoun policy – what will this mean for workplaces?

P.E.I. minister of health calls for end to sick note requirements

Employers can request sick note after 3 consecutive days of illness

P.E.I. minister of health calls for end to sick note requirements

Doug Ford wants '100 percent' Ontario students in province’s med schools

'I'm not being mean, but I'm taking care of our students, our kids first'

Doug Ford wants '100 percent' Ontario students in province’s med schools

Province raising minimum wage as of Oct. 1, 2024

Could boost worker's annual salary by $1,355, says government

Province raising minimum wage as of Oct. 1, 2024