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Employee Relations
Organizational Review and Effectiveness
Performance Management
Policy Development
Compensation & Pay Equity
Labour Relations
Recruitment
Training
Employee Retention
Assessment Tools
Workplace Investigations
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ESA Changes Impacting Your Workplace – Bill 66 Update to ESA ESA Changes Impacting Your Workplace – Bill 66 Update to ESA

Bill 66, Restoring Ontario’s Competitiveness Act, introduces new changes to the Employment Standards Act. Bill 66 was introduced on December 6, 2018 and received Royal Assent and is in force as of April 3, 2019.

Here is a summary of the changes so you can plan for necessary changes to processes or policies within your organization: Read More ›
Seasonal Affective Disorder – How Employers Are Impacted Seasonal Affective Disorder – How Employers Are Impacted

When it comes to the dullness that the winter months bring in Canada, both employers and employees should recognize and understand the behavioural changes that may occur. As fall comes to an end and winter comes around, the dreary and chilly days with little sunlight may trigger a depressive and dreaded feeling for some people. This is not to be viewed as normal winter blues that most individuals experience, but is a Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) that affects their productivity and happiness. For those who are diagnosed with SAD, it is not a “mind over matter” situation to be taken lightly. Read More ›