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April 6, 2018

The Roundup: Bill to ban after-hours email, why workers are lonely, and U.K. gender pay gap results

This week, a Brooklyn councilman introduces a bill aimed at giving employees the right to disconnect, and managers are well-positioned to help lonely employees. And, the U.K.’s pay gap reporting results are in.

December 7, 2017

Minimum Wage Increase, New Holiday Rules and More: What Passing of Ontario’s Bill 148 Means for Employers

Ontario’s Bill 148, or the Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, was introduced on June 1, 2017. The bill updates workplace laws across Ontario. The bill was created following the release of the final report of the Changing Workplaces Review, the first-ever independent review of both the Employment Standards Act (2000) and Labour Relations Act (1995). […]

December 1, 2017

How to Avoid HR Mishaps at the Company Holiday Party

One of the many joyful aspects of the holiday season is spending time with co-workers at the holiday office party. As with any party, the employer, as the host, should be mindful of the many issues that may arise, especially since failing to take proper precautions may result in significant liability. There have been cases […]

July 18, 2017

Three Common Claims Employees Can Make Against their Employers

Stuart Ducoffe of e2r Solutions breaks down three claims employees can make – whether warranted or not – and what it means for the employer.

June 15, 2017

Ontario’s Employment Standards Act Reform: What Bill 148 may mean for employers

Here’s a breakdown of some of the specific employment-related changes currently being proposed in Ontario. In advance of the government consultation this fall, this background will help you to contrast Bill 148 with Ontario’s current requirements and consider the effect the changes could have on your organization.

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