Articles about ‘Workplace Review Initiative’

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Proposal for the Changing Workplace Review Initiative

  • October 21, 2015
  • BakerLaw
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David Baker and previous bakerlaw associate Meryl Gary (Lancaster House), Wade Poziomka (Ross & McBride LLP), and Karen Segal (Lancaster House) have together drafted a proposal regarding the Changing Workplaces Review. This Review was tasked with “engaging openly with Ontarians to consider actions that will support labour and employment law reforms” and with “building a fair and inclusive society”. » Read the rest