News in Employment and Work
The new bill introduces many changes that Workers' Action Centre members and supporters across the province have been calling for through the Stop Wage Theft campaign.
More protection for temporary agency workers is long overdue, said Deena Ladd of the Workers' Action Centre, a non-profit collective.
When Monday, December 9, 2013, 11 a.m
Where Ministry of Labour, 400 University Avenue, just south of Dundas – St. Patrick subway
Join Ontario Network of Injured Workers' Groups and Toronto Injured Worker’ Advocacy Group and their supporters outside the Ministry of Labour on December 9 to rally for injured workers' rights.
The case is important because it confirms that the circumstances of migrant workers must be considered in determining their eligibility for the parental benefit.
Topics in the Winter 2013 issue of La Chronique juridique include (in French only), changes to Ontario social assistance programs, have you been fired or laid off?, email and internet scams, and credit repairers.
The Ontario Human Rights Tribunal has never determined whether the principle of pay equity applies to independent contractors such as midwives.
About 100 migrant workers who labour in Canada won a court decision this week pertaining to their ability to apply for parental benefits.
A U.S. Wal-Mart store is holding a food drive -- for its own employees. "Please donate food items so associates in need can enjoy Thanksgiving dinner," read signs in the store.
Gay Ontario correctional officer Bob Ranger endured a "poisoned" workplace and won the largest grievance board settlement to date.
Employers should be taking steps now if they haven’t already to avoid claims of discrimination on the basis of gender identity and expression in the workplace, according to a panel of experts.