The Ontario government’s decision to change temporary layoffs and constructive dismissal provisions of the Employment Standards Act has given employers some relief until the Ontario government decides to end the state of emergency.
In the exercise of their functions, public sector employees will have to exercise restraint with regard to expressing their religious beliefs. The Bill creates duties of religious neutrality and restraint for public sector employees by forbidding during working hours the wearing of headgear, clothing, jewelry or other adornments which, by their conspicuous nature, overtly indicate a religious affiliation.
The three most viewed articles on HRinfodesk this week deal with whether an employer had the right to terminate an employee's employment without notice , how a government employee alleged discrimination on the basis of disability and the Ontario Labour Relations Board's decision permitting the use of telematic devices to monitor company vehicles.
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