COVID-19 2020 Year End & The Holiday Season

What a year 2020 has been! We have been extremely busy with all things COVID-19. Some of our clients have obviously moved their employees to working from home but the majority of clients have had to soldier on in the workplace. That meant developing policies and assisting clients with implementing… Read More


Along with other Ontario businesses, we are closely following the latest developments of COVID-19 both here in Canada and around the world. As a result, we have prepared this informational sheet for our clients. While the risk to most individuals in Ontario remains low, going forward we may be told… Read More

Canadian Agriculture Day – Feb. 11

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, it is time to show some love for Canadian farmers! February 11, 2020 is Canadian Agriculture Day. Where would we be without the agricultural community? Whether you are a meat or a plant eater, we all need to eat to sustain ourselves. These hard… Read More

January in Ontario Safety Tips

Here are some safety tips to help you get through January in Ontario. Although it is winter in Canada, so far in Ontario the weather has not been frightful as the old song goes. In fact, the temperature has been quite mild (so far). But don’t let the mildness of… Read More

Holiday Season Hours

In House Human Resources will have the following hours during the holiday season as follows: Friday, December 20, 2019 (Open) Monday, December 23, 2019 (Open until 2:00 PM) Tuesday, December 24, 2019 (Closed) Wednesday, December 25, 2019 (Closed) Thursday, December 26, 2019 (Closed) Friday, December 27, 2019 (Closed) Monday, December… Read More

Speaking of Absenteeism…

The cold weather is upon us, the days are getting shorter and winter is almost here. With it also comes the time (or excuse) for increased absenteeism. A lot of discussion has been focused on whether employees should stay home when they are sick or whether they should drag themselves… Read More

NAOSH Week May 5 to 11, 2019

NAOSH week is a week when companies devote an entire week to safety activities and training to help raise awareness and promote good safety practices. Although the week serves as a good reinforcement that safety should be paramount in the workplace, employers need to make sure that good safety practices… Read More

National Day of Mourning

April 28th is a national day of mourning. It is a day when we remember workers who died on the job or those who were injured while working. Every year we think about those people who went to work one day and didn’t come home or came home but their… Read More

Is Your Joint Health and Safety Committee Doing a Good Job? 8 Steps to Help You Make Sure

Is your joint health and safety committee doing a good job? Your company has a working Joint Health and Safety Committee in place. You believe that you have done everything you need to be in compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act. But is your committee effective? Has having… Read More

Annual Workplace Law Conference 2019

A great morning was spent at Lionhead Golf and Country Club courtesy of Norton Rose Fulbright’s Annual Workplace Law Conference 2019. As usual the topics were very timely and informative. Some information of course served as a reminder, while other nuggets were hot off the press. The morning began with… Read More