Month: April 2021
After months of pressure, Ontario has enacted a new (limited) form of paid sick leave tied to COVID-19. Who qualifies? How do you access it? This post tells you everything you need to know about Ontario’s new paid sick leave.
In COVID times, given the backlog at the courts, more and more parties are using negotiation or mediation to resolve their disputes. In most cases, parties who agree to settle honour their agreements. But what happens if your settlement agreement is breached? How do you enforce your settlement? Natai Shelsen takes you through your options.
In the first of a two-part webinar series, we discuss what your trade union or organization needs to know about engaging in political activity.
If public servants witness a wrongdoing in the public service, they have options. Gabe Hoogers examines how the law aims to protect whistleblowers.
With more and more grandparents getting vaccinated, new options may be available for child care as grandparents begin to feel safer about helping out. But the stay-at-home rules continue to ban indoor social gatherings. Kelly Doctor explains how child care fits into the current rules.