As we previously reported, the B.C. Government amended the Workers Compensation Act (the “WCA Amendments”) to impose new obligations on B.C. employers in returning injured workers to their job. These changes will come into effect on January 1, 2024.
As you may recall from our earlier blog post, the WCA Amendments create two new duties for workers and employers: the duty ...
Increased termination notice periods for federally regulated employers come into effect on February 1, 2024.
Greater Notice Requirements
The Canada Labour Code (the “Code”) currently requires federally regulated employers to provide at least two weeks’ notice of termination or wages in lieu of notice when terminating an employee’s employment on a without ...
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