- New mandatory public health measures in effect April 6.
- Get vaccinated: Everyone 55+. Many 16+ with health conditions. Walk-ins for AstraZeneca.
- Register for a webinar to learn more about Employment Standards rules and responsibilities.
- Webinars are free and can be accessed from the comfort of your home or office.
- Webinars include the opportunity to ask questions about Employment Standards.
- You need to sign up in advance to reserve your seat in a webinar.
- Recordings of previously held webinars will also be available for on-demand access.
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A list of scheduled sessions and registration information is now available. Every individual who wants to attend a webinar needs to sign up in order to reserve their seat. Registration is on a first come, first served basis. Registration at least 24 hours in advance is strongly encouraged.
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Recordings of webinars
Recordings of webinars will be posted here. You can watch a previously recorded webinar anytime it’s convenient for you. There is no need to sign up, just click a video to get started.
Recent employment standards changes – posted October 20, 2020
This information session provides an overview of recent employment standards changes to temporary layoffs, group terminations, variances and exemptions and COVID-19 job-protected leaves.
Employment standards changes in effect November 1, 2020 – posted November 27, 2020
This information session provides an overview of new employment standards rules that took effect November 1, 2020. Topics include payment of earnings, statement of earnings, deductions, rest periods, average daily wage, vacation entitlements, averaging arrangements, temporary layoff, youth employment and administrative penalties.