In this issue: 1) Court Upholds “With Cause” Termination of an Employee Who Worked a Secondary Job During Business Hours, 2) Attention Federally Regulated Employers: Recent Amendments to the Canada Labour Code Now in Effect, 3) Temporary Help Agency Licensing: What Employers Need to KnowRead more
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Ontario Government Requires Temporary Help Agencies and Recruiters to be Licensed as of January 1, 2024
The Ministry of Labour, Immigration, Training and Skills Development announced that temporary help agencies and recruiters will be required to have a valid license in order to operate in Ontario.Read more
The ON Government has introduced the Working for Workers Act, 2021 which, if passed, will, among other things, ban non-compete agreements, require recruiters and temporary help agencies to be licenced, and mandate that certain employers implement “right to disconnect” policies.Read more