Workplace Gambling Policy

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Whistle blower Policy

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); A whistle blower as defined by this policy is an employee of (Name of Company/Organization) who reports an activity that he/she considers to be illegal or dishonest to one or more of ...

Difference Between Maternity Leave and Short-Term Disability

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); In case these details surrounding maternity leave aren’t enough of a jumbled mess, don’t worry! It gets even more confusing (sorry). But stay calm — we’ll help you sort through ...

Workplace diversity

A policy on workplace diversity: Makes a commitment to anti-discriminatory practices and fosters equal opportunity through the removal of systemic barriers Can reinforce compliance with human rights legislation Is a statement of an organization’s ...

Do I Receive Benefits While I’m on Maternity Leave?

If you qualify for FMLA leave, yes — your company must continue to keep you on its health insurance plan while you’re on leave. But the company has the legal right to ask for the reimbursement of your health insurance premium payments ...

Maternity Leave

What is Maternity Leave? You’ve heard the term, of course, but what exactly is it? Unless you’ve already been through maternity leave, the specifics might be a little hazy. We’re here to help clear things up. Maternity leave is the period ...

Vacation Policy

Vacation is annual paid time off for employees. All jurisdictions have minimum standards for paid vacation and your policy needs to be consistent with the applicable law. Your policy may exceed the minimum standards allowed in the law. Vacation policies ...

Termination Policy

Employers have a basic right to terminate an employee, but along with that right, come responsibilities. Employers must comply with the Employment/Labour Standards and human rights legislation for their jurisdiction and beyond that, employers must ...

Why policies are important

Policies serve several important functions: Communicate values and expectations for how things are done at your organization Keep the organization in compliance with legislation and provide protection against employment claims Document and implement ...
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