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HR Best Practices: Resources from "Shining the Light on Bill 148" Info Session

Follow-up From February 13, 2018 Event

Over 30 people registered to attend BDO‘s Info Session on HR Best Practices following the changes brought on by Bill 148.  Thanks to all who attended!  Your participation and input is vital to the success of our Chamber.  We hope that you found this session useful, and that you feel more at ease with how to implement the changes.

Hali Van Vliet’s presentation is available in PDF format here.

Here are some additional links you may find helpful:

The Guide to the Employment Standards Act: https://www.ontario.ca/document/your-guide-employment-standards-act-0?_ga=2.43783205.1837350101.1518534577-499445008.1512744963

Employment Standards Act Workbook:   https://www.labour.gov.on.ca/english/es/tools/esworkbook/

Information on inspection blitzes for both health and safety and employment standards: https://www.ontario.ca/page/workplace-inspection-blitzes-and-initiatives?_ga=2.257391499.1837350101.1518534577-499445008.1512744963

Ontario Health and Safety Boards for your staffhttps://www.labour.gov.on.ca/english/atwork/posting_training.php

A template for Employee Handbookshttps://connectsus.com/employee-handbook/canada-employee-handbook/ontario-employee-handbook (specific to Bill 148)

Lastly, here is Hali’s email address if you have any questions:  HVanVliet@bdo.ca

This is a Provincial Issue.
Our local Members of Provincial Parliament:

Thunder Bay – Atikokan
Judith Monteith-Farrell
807.807-623-9237  
JMonteith-Farrell-CO@ndp.on.ca

Thunder Bay – Superior North
Michael Gravelle, MPP
807.345.3647
mgravelle.mpp.co@liberal.ola.org 

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