Early-bird registration is now open – reserve your seats before March 31st to be eligible.
Employers in Ontario have to post a lot more than just the Ministry of Labour’s Employment Standards Poster in their workplaces. You may be required to have 30 or more documents and posters displayed in a location (or locations) where all your employees can see them.
Employers may have posting responsibilities under the following Acts:
- Employment Standards Act
- Workplace Safety and Insurance Act
- Occupational Health and Safety Act
- Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act
- Smoke-Free Ontario Act
You may also face requirements under other Acts and Regulations, depending on:
- The nature of your business,
- Identified hazards in your workplace, or
- Your industry sector
Why are your workplace postings so important?
One of the first things government inspectors will check during random, targeted and complaint-related inspections and audits are your workplace postings.
Inspectors will verify that you have displayed the required Acts and Regulations. They will also ask to see … Continue reading “The 9 top workplace posting requirements every Ontario employer must know – with the latest requirements”
The 18th annual Ontario Employment Law Conference will be taking place on Tuesday, June 20, 2017 at the Corporate Event Center at CHSI in Mississauga. We are very much looking forward to hearing from Ontario Minister of Labour Kevin Flynn and the employment and labour law experts from Stringer LLP! If you would like to register for the conference but haven’t done so yet, registration will be closing on Friday, June 16, 2017.