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On April 11, 2022, the Working for Workers Act, 2022 became law. It establishes new rights for digital platform workers, increases penalties for violation of workplace health and safety rules, and imposes new requirements on employers.Read more
High Stakes Become Higher: Ontario OHSA Amendments Create Historic Director and Officer Fines and Even More Corporate Risk
The Government of ON passed Bill 88, the Working for Workers Act, 2022, which, among other things, contains various amendments to the Occupational Health and Safety Act.Read more
Mathews Dinsdale lawyers from coast-to-coast recognized in the 2022 Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory as leaders in Labour Law, Employment Law, Construction Labour Relations, Occupational Health & Safety Law and Workers’ Compensation Law.
Ontario Proposes Legislation Requiring Employers to Inform Workers If, How and Why They are Being Monitored
Ontario proposes new legislation that, if passed, would require employers to disclose the extent to which they monitor their employees electronically, including their use of computers, cellphones, GPS trackers and other devices.Read more
Quebec Administrative Labour Tribunal Deems Air Canada Employee Eligible for Workers’ Compensation after Slip and Fall While Working From Home
This case highlights concerns for employers regarding the risks and impact of workers sustaining injuries while working from home.Read more
The Working for Workers Act, 2021 bans non-compete agreements for employees, requires recruiters and temporary help agencies to be licenced, and requires mandatory policies dealing with employee rights to disconnect from work at the end of the day.Read more