As the average age of Canadian workers continues to rise, employers may wonder about the implications on work injury, recovery, return to work and remaining at work. Recent studies and finding of the Institute for Work and Health explains the impact of an aging workforce on injury, recovery, returning to work and remaining at work. (In PDF)
A recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court involved the number of years of service that were included in the calculation of notice, whether a termination clause was valid, and also if inappropriate deductions were made from the employee’s pay.
The federal government has proclaimed September 1, 2019 as the coming into force date for several changes to the Canada Labour Code as enacted by Bill C-63 and Bill C-86. (In PDF)
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