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According to recent news reports, the Toronto Transit Corporation has been trying to implement random drug and alcohol testing for its employees since 2011. TTC CEO Andy Byford is right about one thing: this type of testing takes place in many workplace and seems to be common south of the border. But, here in Toronto, […]
With Family Day just around the corner, many Ontarians are planning to spend some extra quality time with their loved ones this weekend. But, apart from a day off for those workers who fall under the Employment Standards Act, 2000’s protections, what rights do people with families have at work? The Ontario Human Rights Code […]
Workplace sexual harassment happens when your employer, an agent of your employer or a fellow employee harasses you on the basis of your sex or gender at work by engaging in a pattern of conduct that he knows or ought to know is unwelcome. Sometimes this means that a single comment or one instance of […]
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