If your code of conduct isn’t a document you’re proud to share with your employees, customers, board and C-suite—or if your organization has recently had a big change (merger or acquisition, a change in leadership or other significant shift) that requires a code of conduct refresh—you have an opportunity to take your code of conduct from good to great.
An employment relationship is a relationship built upon mutual trust. Courts and tribunals have long held that when an employee violates that trust, the employer is justified in ending the relationship, for cause, and without notice.
Bill 68, the Modernizing Ontario’s Municipal Legislation Act, 2017, received Royal Assent on May 30, 2017. One of the biggest changes introduced by the Bill is the requirement that all municipalities in Ontario have a Code of Conduct and either appoint an Integrity Commissioner, or make arrangements for the Commissioner of another municipality to fulfill the relevant duties.
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