The recent admission of a large number of new health professions to those recognized in the Ontario Regulated Health Professions Act, which governs who can provide medical services in Ontario, raises fresh questions for employers as to what they should do with medical documentation from health care or medical practitioners who are not traditional doctors. Must they be given the same weight as doctor’s notes or letters? Do they need to be given any consideration at all?
The field of employment law, payroll and human resources kept our bloggers very busy in 2014. However, the holidays are here and it is time to take a well deserved break. We are signing off for 2014 with a list of the top 10 most read posts published in 2014. The issue of providing a doctor's note and duty to accommodate seem to have been hot topics this year with several blog posts on the topics making it on the list.