This issue highlights and provides context for the most significant developments in OHS for 2018
‘Tis the season for holiday parties. It’s important to keep in mind that hosting these events can open the employer up to serious liabilities if the proper precautions are not taken.
An Act to Restore Ontario’s Competitiveness. If passed in its present form, the new legislation would amend several of Ontario’s workplace laws.
Nearly seven years after the journey began, Suncor will start random testing in the first quarter of 2019 at its oil sands worksites.
Bill 47 reverses many of the changes to Ontario’s labour and employment laws created by Bill 148.
The Bill proposes prescriptive pay equity legislation that will apply to federally regulated employers. In addition, the Bill will also have a significant impact on Labour Standards in Part III of the Canada Labour Code.
BC Government introduced a Bill which, if passed into law, will amend the current Human Rights Code in a number of significant ways.
BC Minster of Labour released its report and recommendations which will form the basis for anticipated changes to the Code by the NDP Government.
Deanah I. Shelly
Practices in all areas of workplace law representing employers in a wide variety of legal forums
Daniel E. Attwell
Has developed a diverse practice in all areas of employment litigation offering clients a practical and modern approach to managing
Tara Erskine, contributes to article in Canadian Lawyer Entitled Undue Hardship Cited in Medical Marijuana Ruling.
Watch Laura Russell and Julie Weller explain Claim Suppression and How to Navigate its Tricky Waters via COS Magazine.
Jeremy Warning and Deanah Shelly Co-Author Article for COS Magazine Entitled Administrative Monetary Penalties Expanding
Laura Russell, Contributes to Article in COS Magazine Entitled Health and Safety Advocates Alerted to New WSIB Claims Suppression Protocols
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