Do any of your employees also work for another company? If so, things could get complicated if your worker is ever involved in a workplace accident.
Here is a list of 10 cases that changed the employment law landscape in 2014.
Under the Workplace Safety & Insurance Act (WSIA), an employer who employs 20 or more employees generally has a duty to re-employ an injured worker who has at least one year continuous service. And under the Ontario Human Rights Code, an employer has a duty to accommodate an employee with a disability. The duty to re-employ is however different than the duty to accommodate.