In this issue: 1) Artificial Intelligence is Coming to Your Workplace: How Employers Can Prepare, 2) Termination of Employment for Non-Compliance with a Mandatory Vaccination Policy Upheld in the Hospital Context, 3) Human Rights Tribunal Finds the Job Requirement of “Permanent Eligibility to Work in Canada” to be DiscriminatoryRead more
Stay informed of the latest workplace law developments locally, nationally, and globally. From the timely quick read In A Flash to the In-Depth Analysis of various Advisors, Mathews Dinsdale’s team keeps you up-to-date.
Ontario introduced Bill 88 – known as the Working for Workers Act, 2022 – if passed would provide for a minimum wage and other foundational rights for digital platform workers who offer rides or deliver food and other items for companies like Uber, Lyft, Door Dash and Instacart.Read more
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
Mathews Dinsdale is pleased to announce the opening of our Victoria office to support employers on Vancouver Island and to further support employers in Western Canada. The Victoria office is located in the historic Old Victoria Customs House at 1002 Wharf Street, Victoria, BC. Read more.