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Mental Health in the Workplace – What are an Employee’s Rights?

Monday, January 17th, otherwise known as Blue Monday, has just passed. The third Monday of January has been named the saddest day of the year due in part to the…

PRONOUNS IN EMPLOYMENT

Pronouns are a part of our everyday language used to refer to others and ourselves. They are similar to our names, used as personal identifiers. While we may not often…

FILING A WORKPLACE COMPLAINT

According to the Ontario Health and Safety Act (“OHSA“), employers have a duty to maintain a healthy and safe workplace for their employees. As part of this duty, employers must…

Understanding Bullying and Harassment in the Workplace

Employees in Ontario have the right to be free from bullying and harassment in the workplace as prescribed under Ontario’s Occupational Health and Safety Act (“OHSA”) and Human Rights Code…

Ontario Directive on Vaccine Policies in Health Care Settings

The Ontario Chief Medical Officer of Health recently issued Directive #6 COVID-19 Vaccine Policy in Health Care Settings (the “Directive”) regarding the implementation of a mandatory vaccine policies for employees,…

Drug And Alcohol Testing In The Workplace

While employers have a positive obligation to create a safe workplace for employees, addressing this concern through the implementation of drug and alcohol testing policies can raise significant human rights issues.…

Pregnancy & Parental Leave, Pt. 4: Commonly Asked Questions

This blog is the final installment of a four-part series by Sultan Lawyers focused on employment issues specific to pregnancy and parental leave in Ontario. To view the previous installments,…

Am I Entitled to Accommodation Based on my Family Care Obligations?

The COVID-19 pandemic has blurred the lines between work and family more than ever before, making accommodation on the grounds of family status particularly relevant. For example, if you require…

Mental Health in the Workplace: Understanding Your Rights

Mental illness is a leading cause of disability in Canada, with the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health estimating that at least 500,000 Canadians miss work every week due to…