In this issue: 1) To Track or Not to Track: Your Organization Needs an Electronic Monitoring Policy for That; 2) Kosteckyj v Paramount: Employee had 25 days to Claim Constructive Dismissal; 3) “Quiet Quitting”: Emerging Issues and the Future of WorkRead 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.
Employers have now received some clarification on the new provincial requirements to have an electronic monitoring policy in their workplace this fallRead more
In this issue: ON Court of Appeal Affirms Award of 26 Months’ Pay to Terminated Employee, Check Yourself: B.C. Government Eliminates Mandatory Voting for Union Certification in Favour of Card Checkand Digital Platform Workers’ Rights Act: Blurring the Distinction Between Employees and Independent Contractors Performing Digital Platform Work.Read more
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
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