In most jobs, you have the right to get public holidays off work with holiday pay. Some people call them statutory holidays. Ontario's Employment Standards Act (ESA) has minimum standards that employers must follow. This includes rules about public... More
Ontario's Employment Standards Act (ESA) calls time off for illnesses and other personal emergencies "personal emergency leave". You have the right to personal emergency leave if: you're covered by the ESA, and you work for a company that regularly... More
Ontario's Employment Standards Act gives most people the right to 2 weeks of vacation in a year. They earn this by working 12 months for the same employer. Some workers may get more vacation time, based on what their employer agrees to give them or... More
Ontario's Employment Standards Act gives most people the right to 2 weeks of paid vacation in a year. They earn this by working 12 months for the same employer. Some workers may get more vacation time, based on what their employer agrees to give... More
If you need 10 days or less, you might be able to take personal emergency leave. If you need to be away more than 10 days and you're covered by Ontario's Employment Standards Act (ESA) you might be able to take: family caregiver leave family... More
If you're going to have a baby, Ontario law says that you can take time off work without losing your job. This is called taking a leave. For information about parental leave, which is for new birth parents and adopting parents, see I'm going to be a... More
If you're going to have a baby or adopt a child, Ontario law says that you can take time off work without losing your job. This is called taking a leave. For information about pregnancy leave, which is for women who are pregnant or who have just... More