The Human Rights Tribunal of ON leaves many employers scrambling to figure out what this decision means for their own potentially-discriminatory benefit plans, and how to make changes in order to minimize risk of human rights liability.Read more
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The Ever-Expanding Safety Obligations of Site Owners: “Employer” OHS Obligations Are Imposed on Worksite Owners
SCC issues an important ruling impacting the potential occupational health and safety liability of site owners, even where incidents occur which do not involve their own employees.Read more
Inability to Measure Current Impairment Means Risk Can’t be Managed: Employer’s Refusal to Hire Employee with Medical Marijuana Prescription on the Basis of Undue Hardship Upheld.
This decision provides support for employers with safety-sensitive workplaces and employees with prescriptions for medical marijuana.Read more
Public holiday pay under the ESA will once again be calculated using the formula that applied prior to the coming into force of Bill 148 The Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act.Read more
The Ontario Ministry of Labour announces it will be conducting workplace inspection blitzes in 2018 and 2019 across Ontario.Read more