"Should my employees be wearing a mask?" This is one of the most common COVID-19-related questions WSPS has received from employers concerned about protecting their people.
Ontario’s Occupational Health and Safety Act says that employers and supervisors should “take every precaution reasonable in the circumstances for the protection of a worker.” This is known as the general duty clause, but what it means in an uncertain period such as during a pandemic is a question many employers have been asking WSPS.?
“Domestic Violence in Immigrant Communities: Case Studies” is a freely accessible eCampus Ontario Pressbook containing case studies of immigrant women experiencing domestic violence to be used as educational materials.
Understand what you can do to safely reopen your workplace during the COVID-19 pandemic. This e-course features an improved look and functionality to enrich your learning experience.
A guide for COVID-19 Pandemic Preparedness and Response.
There is a pressing need for greater training of settlement counsellors – those on the front lines of welcoming newcomers to Canada – as their role changes in response to rising immigration levels and an increasingly complex settlement landscape, according to a new CERIC-funded project research report.
Ontario’s Accessible Employment Standard requires you to make your employment practices accessible to meet the needs of employees and job applicants with disabilities. Learn how to meet the standard.
This resource from Step to Justice (CLEO) provides explanation about the law in Ontario on dress codes in the workplace.
Many workers don't know about their right to take personal emergency leave. And people may think that they don't have this right because they work part-time or are new at their job.
This resource is about personal emergency leave, who gets it, and how it can be used.