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Bill 47 employment law changes spell relief for Ontario businesses

When former Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne’s Liberal government tabled and eventually passed Bill 148, the Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, 2017, employers were stunned by the scope of the employment standards changes contained in the legislation. The bill would not only increase the minimum wage by 30 per cent in just two years. The sweeping

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When former Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne’s Liberal government tabled and eventually passed Bill 148, the Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, 2017, employers were stunned by the scope of the employment standards changes contained in the legislation. The bill would not only increase the minimum wage by 30 per cent in just two years. The sweeping

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The major business challenges facing Ontario entrepreneurs in 2018

If there’s one truism for entrepreneurs, it’s that no two years are ever the same. Whether they’re focused on growing their business or managing the myriad number of challenges that can make it difficult to achieve success—think everything from satisfying client expectations to managing costly HR issues—owners of small and medium-sized businesses have no shortage

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If there’s one truism for entrepreneurs, it’s that no two years are ever the same. Whether they’re focused on growing their business or managing the myriad number of challenges that can make it difficult to achieve success—think everything from satisfying client expectations to managing costly HR issues—owners of small and medium-sized businesses have no shortage

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Franchisee cut-backs in wake of minimum wage increase entirely predictable

The New Year rang in a minimum wage increase for Ontarians, as well as a double-double firestorm of controversy as many small and medium-sized businesses—particularly restaurant franchisees, who have borne the full brunt of the increase—took swift action to protect their bottom lines. With the passage in the fall of Bill 148, The Fair Workplaces,

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The New Year rang in a minimum wage increase for Ontarians, as well as a double-double firestorm of controversy as many small and medium-sized businesses—particularly restaurant franchisees, who have borne the full brunt of the increase—took swift action to protect their bottom lines. With the passage in the fall of Bill 148, The Fair Workplaces,

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