Labour Law for Alberta Employers Call for Free Advice
Whether you’re a small business or a large corporation, it is important that you’re complying with Alberta’s ever-changing labour law rules and regulations. The Fair and Family-friendly Workplaces Act amends both the Employment Standards Code and the Alberta Labour Relations Code.
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Labour Law Rules in Ontario Ask Employer Line's HR
(1 days ago) Additionally, fines have increased substantially from $25,000 up to $100,000 for organizations. Call Employer Line for free HR advice. If you have questions about Ontario’s new labour laws, we can help you – 1 (833) 247-3650.
Employment Standards Act Call Employer Line's
(6 days ago) What is the Employment Standards Act (ESA)? The Employment Standards Act (ESA) states the minimum standards of employment for workers in Ontario, along with the workplace rights and responsibilities of employers and employees.The Act covers most workers in Ontario, with several industry exemptions. The Employment Standards Act for Employers
Employer Advice: Bill 47 for Ontario Small Businesses
(2 days ago) Ontario Bill 47, Making Ontario Open for Business Act, 2018, came into effect on January 1 st, 2019, repealing parts of Bill 148, Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, 2017. This includes changes to minimum wage, vacation pay, sick leave pay, and more. It's important that you make the necessary changes as soon as possible. Read about:
Alberta Human Rights Act Advice for Alberta Small
(2 days ago) The Alberta Human Rights Act is a provincial law that exists to protect against discrimination. Essentially, its purpose is to ensure all persons in Alberta have equal opportunities and are free from discrimination. For employers, this means: Creating an inclusive and respectful workplace
Free Dismissal & Termination Advice For Employers
(Just Now) What is the law behind employee dismissals? The rules for employee terminations are established in your province’s employment standards regulations. How to Dismiss an Employee. There are certain situations where an employer cannot terminate an employee, even with termination pay and severance pay. We always advise employers to seek advice
Employee Dismissals Advice for Small Business Owners
(2 days ago) What is the law behind employee dismissals? The rules for employee terminations are established in your province’s employment standards regulations. How to Dismiss an Employee. There are certain situations where an employer cannot terminate an employee, even with termination pay and severance pay. We always advise employers to seek advice
Bill 148 Free Advice for Small Business Owners
(1 days ago) Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA). Bill 148 made the following changes to Ontario’s employment law: Introduced a critical illness leave to care for a critically ill adult. Increased parental leave. Raised the minimum wage. Mandated equal pay for equal work regardless of employment status. Enhanced personal emergency leave.
Employee Termination Call Employer Line's Complimentary
(2 days ago) This is a complex area of law. And getting any part of it wrong can be costly to your business. Our advisors can help you avoid these challenges and know exactly what steps to take when it comes to terminating an employee. Get expert help for employee terminations.
Overtime Pay and Working Hours Under Bill 148
(5 days ago) This labour law is in effect as of January 1, 2018. Working Hours: A Quick Recap. What are Ontario’s working hours? An employer cannot require staff to work more than eight hours in a day and 48 hours in a work week, unless there is written agreement.
Free Return To Work Advice For Employers Employer Line
(6 days ago) Employerline advisors are experts in HR and employment law in Canada. Knowledge is power, and Employerline equips you with the power to continue moving your business forward in compliance with the law. For guidance on staff recalls or other HR or employment law related questions, give us …
Employment Standards Act Advice for BC Employers
(9 days ago) What is the Employment Standards Act?. The Employment Standards Act outlines the minimum standards of employment that apply to most employers and employees in British Columbia. It is a provincial law administered by the Employment Standards Branch. The purpose of the Act is to establish the rights and responsibilities of both employers and employees, as well as working conditions.
Employment Standards Code: Advice for Alberta SMEs
(3 days ago) What is the Employment Standards Code? The Employment Standards Code sets the minimum employment standards in Alberta, and the rights and responsibilities of employees and employers. While there are exceptions, such as federally-regulated industries, the legislation applies to approximately 85% of the province’s workers and business owners.
Bill 47 Making Ontario Open for Business Act Free Help
(6 days ago) FREE Advice on Bill 47. As you prepare your business for these changes, you’ll find yourself with many questions about labour law and employment regulation. Ask Employer Line’s HR experts. We’re available to help business owners with this transition in Ontario’s changing workplace laws. Call us today – …
Labour Relations Advice for B.C. Employers Employerline.ca
(8 days ago) The LRC is the provincial legislation that governs relations between employers, unions and employees in British Columbia. It addresses the establishment of union representation, collective bargaining, and all matters related to unionized workplaces. The LRC’s provisions are litigated at the B.C. Labour Relations Board (the “Board”), which
Hours of Work and Rest Periods for Alberta Employers
(1 days ago) Hours of Work and Rest Periods. Alberta’s Employment Standards Code describes the minimum standards of employment to be provided to employees. Under the Code, there are basic rules for hours of work and daily rest periods. These regulations set out the maximum allowable daily working hours and include mandatory rest periods.
Free Return To Work Advice For Employers Employer Line
(8 days ago) Employerline advisors are experts in HR and employment law in Canada. Knowledge is power, and Employerline equips you with the power to continue moving your business forward in compliance with the law. For guidance on staff recalls or other HR or employment law related questions, give us …
Advice for BC Employers on Termination Pay Employerline.ca
(7 days ago) Are you handling termination pay correctly in your organization? As an employer, it is your responsibility to comply with British Columbia’s Employment Standards Act. If you have questions about how the law applies, give us a call. We are here to help employers through our dedicated advice line: 1 …
Ministry of Labour and Human Rights Tribunal Claims
(9 days ago) Guide Summary: Ministry of Labour and Human Rights Tribunal Claims. This is a resource for small business owners, covering the basics of Ministry of Labour claims and the processes of the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario. If you’re an employer covered under the Employment Standards Act, 2000 (ESA), your employee is able to file a claim with