The employment laws of Canada put limits on the hours an employee in Canada should be allowed or required to work. Many jobs in Canada put the daily limit at eight hours or the regular workday of the employee. The weekly limit for most jobs in Canada is pegged at forty-eight hours. The limits on the workday hours can be increased in some cases. Continue reading
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Ontario reforms police record checks
Ontario reforms police record checks | Canadian Employment Law Today
Changes meant to standardize process, eliminate employment barriers
Google reforms sexual misconduct rules
Google reforms sexual misconduct rules | Canadian Employment Law Today
Move is response to recent employee protest and allegations of sexual misconduct and discriminatory culture
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Court upholds decision to allow post-incident drug and alcohol testing after near miss
Court upholds decision to allow post-incident drug and alcohol testing after near miss | Canadian Employment Law Today
Incident and potential harm serious enough to justify testing
This week's employment law blog: Should health-care workers have to get flu shots?
A flu shot in the dark | Canadian HR Reporter
Should health-care employees be required to get flu shots, or is it too much of an imposition?