Below are links to four key provincial laws that govern employment in Ontario:
Here are some other useful websites:
- Ontario Ministry of Labour: Health and Safety and Employment Standards
- Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB)
- Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC): Employment and OHRC eLearning Modules
- The Ontario Human Rights Commission—aims to prevent discrimination, and promote and advance human rights
- The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario—resolves claims of discrimination and harassment brought under the Human Rights Code
- The Human Rights Legal Support Centre—provides a range of accessible and high quality legal and support services to those who have faced discrimination contrary to Ontario’s human rights laws
- Ontario Ministry of Labour: Worker Health and Safety Awareness in 4 Steps—includes a Workbook and eLearning
- Government of Ontario: About Accessibility Laws and Accessible Workplaces
- HR Council: HR Toolkit for Employees
- Hire Immigrants: Immigrant Employment Councils and Networks
- Settlement.Org: Employment and Legal Services
- Office of the Worker Advisor (OWA)
- Legal Aid Ontario—helps ensure that people living in Ontario on a low income can get free help from a lawyer
- Community Legal Clinics—these centres provide free information, legal advice and representation to people with low incomes in the communities they serve
In the design of this course we hoped to achieve the following objectives:
- Recognize four key employment laws in Ontario
- Understand some of the legal rights and responsibilities of employees when it comes to:
- the hiring process
- workplace practices
- termination of employment
- Learn about some of the employment law resources available to you in Ontario
You’ve completed the course!
We hope that you found it helpful and thought-provoking.
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