PSAC opposed to the government’s hybrid work plan implementation What is the Government’s Hybrid Work Plan? In December 2022, the Federal Public Sector Labour Relations and Employment Board announced their plan to transition workers to a hybrid work system. This plan was expected to commence on March 31, 2023, with a mandatory policy for federal […]
The Extension of Sickness Benefits from 15 to 26 Weeks As provided for in Bill C-30, which came into effect on June 29, 2021, the Government of Canada has extended the maximum sickness benefit allowance. The 15-week period has now permanently changed to 26 weeks, which was implemented as December 18, 2022. The extension of […]
Premier Doug Ford has formally appealed the Court’s decision that deems Bill 124 to be unconstitutional and therefore is void What Bill 124 Means: Bill 124 came into effect on November 8, 2019 providing a three-year compensation window for non-union and unionized employees. The Act restricts wage increases to 1% per year for a three-year […]
Lifesaving Kits with Mandatory Policy Effective June 1st, 2023 Each year, there is an increasing number of deaths caused by opioid overdoses. The Ontario government has reported 2819 fatalities in 2021. The Naloxone kit will provide employers with the ability to reverse an opioid overdose allowing adequate time for the ambulance to arrive. This temporary […]
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