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OVERTIME

10 FAQs About Averaging Of Overtime

Overtime averaging agreements can save your company thousands of dollars in wage costs. But they can also get you into legal hot water if you don’t follow the strict rules.

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RESIGNATION

Employer Can’t Waive Employee’s Notice of Resignation

Employment laws require employers give notice of termination. If an employee gives notice of resignation first, however, can the employer waive the notice period the employee provided and decide the employee should leave immediately rather than continue working? Here’s what the Supreme Court of Canada …

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RECRUITMENT

Executives On Global Hiring for the 2nd Half of 2014

LinkedIn recently surveyed thousands of their Director level and above members and asked about their economic confidence and hiring intentions heading out of the first half of the year. Over 13,000 responded and painted an interesting picture.
The 15 countries included in the LI survey included …

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MODEL POLICY

Model Flextime Policy

What is flextime?
Flextime is a way to redesign or restructure traditional work schedules sothe employee works daily hours different from regular office hours or works a full schedule in fewer days. Employers can use this option to accommodate thechanging workforce and business needs. Employees can …

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WORKPLACE SCHEDULES

Flextime: An Alternative Work Agreement

By Dawn Rosenberg McKay, Career Planning Expert
Flextime: A Definition
Flextime allows an employee to select the hours he or she will work. There are usually specified limits set by the employer. Employees on a flexible schedule may work a condensed work week or may work a regular …

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Flexible Work Arrangements: Guidelines and Questions & Answers

The government of Newfoundland has produced a great whitepaper on flexible work arrangements, that even though the guidelines are specifically in accordance with their work policies, there is some great information that can be referenced for all HR managers looking to set up their own …

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MEDIA

New Ontario Website Accessibility Regulations For Large Organizations Come Into Effect

As of January 1st  of this year, organizations with 50 or more employees in Ontario that create new publicly accessible websites, or that perform a significant refresh of an existing publicly accessible website, are required to ensure that those websites meet the World Wide Web …

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IMMIGRATION

Make The Federal Skilled Worker Program Eligible Occupation List Work For You

Individuals all around the world look to Canada’s Federal Skilled Worker Program in order to facilitate their immigration to and settlement in Canada, but the restrictive occupation list for the program can lead many people to the mistaken belief that they do not qualify.
The Federal …

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HEALTH AND SAFETY

Summary Offence Tickets: Are You Prepared?

The recent amendment to the Saskatchewan Employment Act includes the introduction of Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) Summary Offence Ticketing (SOT) program.  Under this program, Occupation Health Officers levy tickets for infractions which compromise workplace safety in high-risk environments against employees, contractors, and employers.  This …

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MENTAL DISSABILITY, AND ADDICTION

Ontario Human Rights Commission Release New Policy On Mental Disabilities And Addictions

On June 14th, 2014, the Ontario Human Rights Commission (“Commission”) issued a new policy entitled, Policy on preventing discrimination based on Mental Health disabilities and Addictions (“Policy”). While this policy is not legally binding on the Human Rights Tribunal (“Tribunal”), or other adjudicative decision-makers, the …

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