Diligent employers who create and circulate “policies and guidelines” for employees are to be applauded for good human resources management but cautioned about what they include in those policies.
Danny worked for 19 years in the sanitation department of a large Canadian city. One year he had perfect attendance and as a result received an award.
The Ontario provincial government is bestowing a belated Christmas gift as of January 1, 2018 which includes some significant changes to the Employment Standards Act.
Whether it is a splendid gift or a lump of coal may depend on your perspective.
QUESTION: I have an employee that has been off ill for over 3.5 years. Unfortunately, there appears to be no prospect of him returning to work in the foreseeable future. Do I have to keep holding his position open for him? If I terminate the relationship do I owe him anything?
Doughnut shop facing "hole" lot of trouble.
After two years of study a report suggesting changes to the Employment Standards Act
of Ontario has been released and it includes 173 recommendations.
Fresh out of high school, at the age of 18, Rebecca landed a job selling cell phones at a small store. Some days she worked alone. Other days the store owner would work with her and occasionally his wife would be there.
Most often when a workplace is being reorganized and a position eliminated, the person filling that role is simply terminated. Sometimes, however, there is a twist.