Month: May 2022
Regulating stronger personal harassment protections under Ontario’s Occupational Health and Safety Act
Erin Sobat’s new article in the Canadian Labour and Employment Law Journal examines Ontario’s current workplace harassment laws, and argues that simply requiring employer harassment policies and internal investigations will not stop harassment in workplaces where protection is needed most.
May 18, 2022
Federal budget announces new trade remedies and protections for workers and unions
Mark Rowlinson explains the implications of proposed changes to Canada’s trade remedy system for workers and unions, including giving unions the ability to make complaints and protect their members from unfair trading practices.
May 4, 2022