Hiring Guidelines For Employers
posted on December 17, 2017
As your business expands, you may need more employees. Before you start hiring, you may need to learn more about the law regarding labour and employment in Canada.
This legal guide The Legal 500 & The In-House Lawyer shares information on employment and labour laws in Canada in a question and answer format.
One question shared explains, “Employers with an annual Ontario payroll of at least $2.5 million must provide employees who have five or more years of service with statutory severance pay equal to one week’s pay per year of service, up to a maximum of 26 weeks.”
Some other questions shared include:
- Does an employer need a reason in order to lawfully terminate an employment relationship? If so, what reasons are lawful in the jurisdiction?
- What, if any, additional considerations apply if large numbers of dismissals (redundancies) are planned?
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