HReview Breakfast Seminar: Just What the Doctor Ordered: An Annual Labour and Employment Check-Up for Employer – Invitation from Sherrard Kuzz LLP
Please join us at our upcoming HReview Breakfast Seminar: Just What the Doctor Ordered: An Annual Labour and Employment Check-Up for Employers As every HR professional will attest, employment and labour law is changing at a rapid pace. Compound that with a wide range of
Supporting Ontario’s Safe Employers (SOSE) program | le Programme de reconnaissance des employeurs pour la sécurité au travail en Ontario
Re: Announcement from Minister Monte McNaughton, Minister of Labour Training and Skills Development I am happy to inform you on Friday November 22, 2019 the Minister of Labour, Training and Skills Development announced the Supporting Ontario’s Safe Employers (SOSE) program which
Toronto’s Housing Now program to convert parking lots to affordable housing draws criticism from advocates for more and less density Ontario Construction News staff writer The City of Toronto’s decision to turn two Scarborough Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) parking lots into affordable
IHSA Safety Talk: Impairment in the workplace Product spotlight: Handbook for Construction Traffic Control Persons (B016) IHSA has free safety product downloads WSIB releases Health and Safety Index results IHSA Safety Talk: Impairment in the workplace We often think of impairment
Dear Clients and Friends, Yesterday, the Government of Ontario announced the appointment of two special advisors to conduct a review of the province’s Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (“WSIB”). The WSIB is an independent agency that administers compensation and no-fault insurance for Ontario workplaces.
Restoring Ontario’s Competitiveness Act On December 6, the government announced a number of legislative, regulatory and program changes, and it introduced Bill 66, the Restoring Ontario’s Competitiveness Act. If passed, Bill 66 would amend the Employment Standards Act, 2000 and the
A British Columbia arbitrator has struck down a mining company’s mandatory random drug and alcohol testing program, ruling that it is an unreasonable exercise of management rights given the necessity to balance the safety and privacy interests of the parties.
Your source for ICI Construction-Related News in Ontario. NEW THINKING TO FUND INFRASTRUCTURE At the outset, the federal Liberal government included some positives in its Fall Economic Update presented in the House of Commons earlier this month. There was the establishment of
October is Global Ergonomics Month: Improve posture in the classroom and the workplace It can take about 15 years for your body to show the effects of bad posture and awkward positions. By the time kindergarten students are in post-secondary school,
for Ontario Teachers Live Safe! Work Smart! Resources now available on Publications Ontario The Ministry of Labour has made it easier and faster to access the Live Safe! Work Smart! resources. For your convenience, Live Safe! Work Smart! resources are now available