NEWS OF THE MONTH – ONTARIO
Minister O’Regan ratifies C190, the first-ever global treaty on ending violence and harassment in the world of work
On Jan 30, 2023, Seamus O’Regan Jr., the Federal Minister of Labour, ratified the Violence and Harassment Convention, 2019 (C190) of the International Labour Organization (ILO) in Geneva, Switzerland, accompanied by the ILO Director-General, Mr. Gilbert Houngbo.
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Ontario: Business and IT Consultants No Longer Protected by Employment Standards Legislation
BC to mark National Day for Truth and Reconciliation as a stat holiday
Schools added to Manitoba list of high-risk industries
Free Naloxone Training for Ontario Employers
Are layoffs the only option for companies to stay afloat during a recession?
- Yes 34% 34%
- No 44% 44%
- It should be the last option 9% 9%
- Other 13% 13%
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Workplace Romance: What Canadian Employers Need to Know
Romance in the workplace can be a tricky topic for employers to navigate. Learning that two of your employees are romantically involved can be a source of stress for many employers. In fact, most employers may prefer to avoid the situation altogether due to the complex employment and human rights issues that can emerge as a result. To better understand the potential risks associated with workplace relationships and how to manage them without creating unnecessary conflict, we invite you to read our latest article.