Ontario Human Rights Tribunal finds employer’s failure to provide post-65 employee benefits discriminatoryJul 16, 2018
In a ruling that sets up further legal battles, the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal recently decided that exemptions in the Ontario Human Rights Code (the Code) permitting employers to exclude post-65 employees from employment benefits violate the...
The British Columbia Ministry of Finance has undertaken a review of the province’s Financial Institutions Act and Credit Union Incorporation Act to consider the regulatory framework governing the financial sector.
Bill 176, “An Act to amend the Act respecting labour standards and other legislative provisions mainly to facilitate family-work balance,” (the Act) was adopted on June 12, 2018 by the Quebec National Assembly.
Canadian HR Reporter: How employees perceive their managers is fundamental to workplace wellness.
The Globe and Mail: Why do we put more focus on a negative comment than a positive comment?
The Globe and Mail: Canada’s largest EAP provider, Morneau Shepell, offers several forms of online counselling: video sessions with a therapist, a web-based CBT program and text-based group therapy...
The Globe and Mail: How you feel plays a big role in how productive and happy you are on any given day. If you’re tired, overwhelmed and emotionally exhausted it’s much harder to have a good day.
The Globe and Mail: Is your senior leadership concerned about the number of employees who may be coming to work each day with a mental health issue or mental illness?
The Chronicle Herald: How prepared are your leaders to manage employees whose behaviours are disrupting other employees’ job satisfaction and stress level?
Benefits Canada: Although employers in Ontario have just as much obligation to address sexual and violent harassment from customers or members of the public as they do when it happens between colleagues, the process can be more challenging...