Ontario court confirms legality of part-time benefits for accommodated employee in part-time position

Ontario court confirms legality of part-time benefits for accommodated employee in part-time position

Different treatment based on different level of work, not disability

Upcoming Federal election: employees' right to vote

Employees must be given three consecutive hours during voting hours to vote

Upcoming Federal election: employees' right to vote

Canadian firms reviewing worker safety policies in wake of Hong Kong protests

'An employer has a legal obligation to take all precautions reasonable': Lawyer

Canadian firms reviewing worker safety policies in wake of Hong Kong protests

Ontario Human Rights Commission unveils policy tackling racial profiling

Framework is first of its kind in Canada

Ontario Human Rights Commission unveils policy tackling racial profiling

Mountie who alleged unrelenting harassment loses final bid to sue RCMP

Supreme Court of Canada refuses to hear appeal of Ontario Court of Appeal decision overturning damages for new tort of harassment, intentional infliction of distress

Mountie who alleged unrelenting harassment loses final bid to sue RCMP

California adds wage, benefit protections for gig workers

Proposal could have national implications on future of work

California adds wage, benefit protections for gig workers