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Are You Prepared for Ontario’s Equal Pay for Equal Work effective April 1, 2018

March 27, 2018 | Work Environment and Policies

Bill 148’s Equal Pay for Equal Work Provisions come into effect on April 1, 2018; here’s a summary on what it is all about and how you can be prepared.

Why Giving a Counter Offer is Never a Good Idea

July 15, 2015 | Recruitment

Having seen an increase in employers offering, and employees accepting, counter offers, we outline why it is never a good idea to go the counter offer route when one of your employees hands in their notice.

Are Your Employees Saving Enough for Retirement?

January 12, 2015 | Work Environment and Policies

Most Ontarians are not saving enough for retirement and up to 1.3 million workers in Ontario do not have access to a pension plan.  Employers should be aware that legislation has just been tabled to institute both an Ontario Retirement Pension Plan (ORPP) modelled on the federal CPP and a Pooled Retirement Pension Plan (PRPP).

When Do I Need to Pay Overtime?

July 09, 2014 | Work Environment and Policies

Many business owners are under the incorrect assumption that if an employee is salaried or has “manager” in their job title, that employee is not entitled to overtime pay.  This blog outlines how overtime works in Ontario and dispels the myths surrounding it.

Does my Employee Accrue Vacation While on Maternity Leave?

March 11, 2014 | Work Environment and Policies

This is perhaps the most frequently asked question we receive from clients.  We will tackle this question for the Ontario work environment, recognizing that many provincial jurisdictions and the federal Canada Labour Code have similar employment standards when it comes to accrual of vacation under protected leaves of absence.

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