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Category: Employment Standards Act

Will Changed Workplace Laws Increase Competitiveness for Ontario Businesses?

By , December 27, 2018 12:32 pm

“We’ve heard loud and clear from businesses across Ontario that job growth starts with cutting the burdensome, job-killing red tape that is driving jobs and investment out of our province … We are making Ontario open for business.”  Premier Ford in his closing speech this October at the annual Ontario Economic Summit. Less than 2 Continue Reading…

Doug’s Top 10 Employment Law Stories of 2018

By , December 27, 2018 9:36 am

In 2018 there were many new developments in the employment law world. Here are my top 10 stories of the year: 1. Bill 148 Bit the Dust Ontario’s Employment Standards Act received its last major update in 2000. During the last three years, the Liberal provincial government consulted widely and introduced comprehensive changes to this Continue Reading…

Keeping you Posted on Mandatory Postings in the Workplace

By , November 20, 2018 8:39 am

As an employer, there are several documents that you must post in your workplace. Some postings are mandatory for all workplaces, while others depend on the nature of the business and the hazards present in the workplace. This blog describes some of these mandatory postings and provides you links to some of these required postings. Continue Reading…

Bill 148 (aka Wynne government changes to the Employment Standards Act) Bites the Dust

By , October 25, 2018 9:31 am

On Tuesday afternoon, the Ford government tabled legislation Bill 47 – Making Ontario Open for Business Act, 2018 which will repeal some of the recent changes to Ontario’s Employment Standards Act, 2000 and eliminate new statutory obligations that are scheduled to be imposed on employers on January 1, 2019. Although Bill 47 must go through the Continue Reading…

“We’re Getting Rid of Bill 148”, says Premier Ford

By , October 3, 2018 10:34 am

After two years of public consultations, the Liberal government introduced many changes to the Employment Standards Act in November 2017 but delayed implementing several of these changes until 2019. The changes were contained in Bill 148. During the election campaign, Premier Ford said he would stop the $ 1 an hour increase in the minimum Continue Reading…

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