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laws

At a Glance: Bill 148 & How It Will Change Ontario ESA Laws

A graphic overview of the big employment law changes to prepare for.
New Brunswick

HR Month in Review – September 2017: New Brunswick

New Brunswick, should workers’ comp cover medical marijuana for treatment of work-related injuries and illnesses?
manitoba

HR Month in Review – September 2017: Manitoba

Manitoba, the general minimum wage goes up ¢15 to $11.15 per hour and the Security Guard rate increases to $13.40.
excel

The Payroll Process: Using Excel to Balance Year-End

Simplifying and ensuring compliance of your vacation processing methods.
director

Firing Founding Director ≠ Age Discrimination

After wooing and training his hand-picked successor, the artistic director and founder of a performing arts company decided not to retire after all.
British Columbia

HR Month in Review – September 2017: British Columbia

The British Columbia Human Rights Commission is being resuscitated after nearly 15 years of extinction.
vacation time

Payroll Best Practices: Vacation Time & Pay

Simplifying and ensuring compliance of your vacation processing methods.
interns

Know The Laws of Your Province—Click Thru Version: Legal Rights of Interns

Make sure you understand your legal obligations before hiring interns.
internship

Unpaid Internship Policy (Ontario Version)

Internships and voluntary employment is not a break from normal employment regulation.
interns

Interns & Volunteers: 4 Things You Need to Consider Before Hiring Unpaid Interns

With a few narrow exceptions, the unpaid internship is now illegal.
interns

Know The Laws of Your Province: Legal Rights of Interns

Make sure you understand your legal obligations before hiring interns.