BASIC WORKER RIGHTS IN ONTARIO

BASIC WORKER RIGHTS IN ONTARIO

3 BASIC RIGHTS OF WORKERS IN ONTARIO-WHAT YOU MUST KNOW Every person employed in Ontario has the right to work in a safe environment. The Occupational Health and Safety Act (“the Act”) has established safety procedures for employees in the workplace and entitled them...
SIGNS OF TOXIS WORKPLACE

SIGNS OF TOXIS WORKPLACE

5 SIGNS YOU ARE IN A POISONED WORKPLACE All employees have the right to work in an environment free from discrimination and harassment. However, in the circumstances that an employee is subject to pervasive insulting or degrading offensive actions that make the...
RULES OF TERMINATION IN ONTARIO

RULES OF TERMINATION IN ONTARIO

List of Rules Which Apply to Ontario Employers in Cases of Mass Termination Pursuant to section 58(1) of the Employment Standards Act, 2000 (“ESA”), a mass termination occurs when an employer terminates 50 or more employees at the employer’s establishment in the same...
REINSTATEMENT RIGHTS IN ONTARIO

REINSTATEMENT RIGHTS IN ONTARIO

What is Reinstatement Reinstatement can occur under certain circumstances where an employee who has been terminated is entitled to resume their previous employment. Generally, there are three ways for an employee in Ontario to achieve reinstatement. An employee can...
WORKPLACE SUSPENSION IN ONTARIO

WORKPLACE SUSPENSION IN ONTARIO

What is Workplace Suspension Work suspension occurs when an employer relieves an employee of their duties, but the employment relationship persists. During a suspension, an employee can either be paid or unpaid. In 2018, after being suspended improperly by his...