Ontario introduced employee-friendly legislation in October 2021, Bill 27: Working for Workers Act, that received Royal Assent in December.
In this video podcast with Chris Mines and employment lawyer Luke Prior, we’re going to discuss several questions that have arisen with this Act.
How will this affect the employers and employees?
How will companies be in compliance with this Act?
How will this affect work-life balance?
Are there more cons than pros?
Are there any exceptions to banning the non-competes and the right to disconnect policy?
Join us today as we talk about this Act, which for sure represents the future of employment.
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Considerations on Ontario's Working for Workers Act with Chris Mines and Luke Prior1h 34m 24s
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