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Has Remote Work Made You A Multi-Jurisdictional Employer?

Employers with a WFH workforce may have to comply with the laws of other provinces.

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HR compliance is complex and forever evolving.

Optimize Compliance makes it easy.

Focused

Comprehensive reports highlight what’s important to you & your organization.

Customizable

Personalize compliance reports and email alerts to suit your needs.

Timely

Automated systems track changes to legislation across Canada.

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Zero in on the information you need — search or browse by jurisdiction, topic or industry.

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Provides the One-Stop Solution
for HR Professionals.

This powerful online tool makes it easy to understand and stay on top of changes to HR legislation.

Simplify HR Policy Updates

See “at a glance” all upcoming amendments to employment legislation.

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Better Understand Your Legal Requirements

Read plain language summaries of employment laws from across Canada.

Identify Business Implications

Zero in on exactly what has changed with side-by-side comparisons.

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Find out how Optimize Compliance can help your business easily stay on top of HR compliance.

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  • Has Remote Work Made You A Multi-Jurisdictional Employer?

    COVID-19 has changed the way we work, and for many of us, WHERE we work.  And it looks like that change may be here to stay. More and more employers have announced that they intend to maintain a remote workforce, at least to some degree.  And a recent survey by Robert Half found that 33% of employees would quit their job if they are forced to return to the office. So what does this mean for employers?

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  • UPDATED: New Alberta Health and Safety Act

    In December, Alberta passed a new Occupational Health and Safety Act (the New Act), which will replace the current Act in its entirety. The government has indicated that the New Act will come into force on September 1, 2021, but this is yet to be confirmed with an official proclamation. Last week, Alberta announced that it will be seeking ideas to improve and update the Occupational Health & Safety Code (OHS Code). This means that there are more changes coming!

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