Labour Changes After 15 Yrs

The labour department today begins enforcement of name-and-shame penalties for federally-regulated private sector employers that breach the Canada Labour Code. Tighter enforcement comes fifteen years after it was recommended by a federal labour commissioner, Professor Harry Arthurs, 85, former dean of Osgoode Hall Law School: “Legislation does not enforce itself.”

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