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Do you need to complete a T2200 for employees?

A T2200, Declaration of Conditions of Employment, is a Canada Revenue Agency form that an employer completes and gives to the employee when an employee’s conditions of employment requires them to work from home and causes them to incur expenses in the course of their employment, not covered by the company.

Clarification on the definition of critical injury

The Ontario Ministry of Labour has recently clarified its internal interpretation of the definition of “critical Injury” under Clause 1(d) and (e) of Regulation 834 under the Occupational Health and Safety Act.

The issue of corporate structure and employment standards obligations addressed

Whether an employee’s service with a prior or related employer should be combined to calculate their entitlements upon termination was recently addressed before the court.

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Cristina Lavecchia

Cristina is an editor and researcher at First Reference. She is a licensed paralegal and obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree, Political Science major at York University. During Cristina's paralegal and undergraduate studies she studied employment standards, occupational health and safety, and workplace safety and insurance. Read more

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