ON announced sweeping changes to several statutes in the Working for Workers Act, 2022. Amendments to the OHSA would increase potential fines for directors and officers to the highest in the country, and dramatically raise other personal fines.Read more
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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
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
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