HR Advice and Employment Standards for Ontario Employers
Are you an Ontario business owner with questions about minimum employment standards? If you're unfamiliar with your obligations or need advice on human resources, ask Employer Line a quick question or get extensive professional consultation. We know the rules and regulations that affect local employers.
What do employers need-to-know about employment standards in Ontario?
The laws that govern businesses in Canada differ by province and territory. Become familiar with the provincial laws applicable to your company – these will affect your bottom line. Click on the links below for HR and employment standards quick facts, need-to-knows, and legislation updates, or browse our Employer Guides for free resource downloads. Protect your business by ensuring that you're complying with Ontario’s labour laws.
Questions about Bill 148 or Bill 47?
Ontario Bill 47, Making Ontario Open for Business Act, 2018, came into effect on January 1st, 2019, repealing parts of Bill 148, Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, 2017. This includes changes to minimum wage, vacation pay, sick leave pay, and more. It's important that you make the necessary changes as soon as possible.
Are you up to date with Ontario’s minimum employment standards?
The Ontario government will continue to amend employment and labour laws, all of which affect employers - especially small business owners. Call Employer Line to have one of our experts run a full on-site audit to provide recommendations and guide you through these changes: 1(833)247-3650