Our accredited and experienced human resources team provides comprehensive Human Resources support and implementation throughout Canada.
We provide expert advise and implementation on a range of human resource matters that include: Organizational effectiveness, roles and responsibilities, mergers and acquisitions, downsizing, conflict resolution, transition, succession planning, career development/leadership training, executive coaching, health and safety, termination preparation/notification, team engagement, employee handbook/documentation, improvements for a respectful workplace culture, investigations, innovative performance planning that follows a coaching model with metrics, recruitment processes, legislative compliance matters to mitigate risk of non-compliance. In addition we provide advise and best practices for organizations needing an HRIS platform to track and manage employee documentation needs that integrates with payroll for seamless human resource operations.
We do specialized work in the area of compensation and pay equity using the latest data and metrics to provide a sound and balanced outcome. We also work with offshore organizations wanting to establish a business presence in Canada and can support the development of a full human resource infrastructure plan for a turn key solution. Our HRonCall service is ideal for private, non-profit or public sector who may not have full time human resource but need added support and assistance to solve issues and implement HR policies and procedures.
BILL C-45: An Act respecting cannabis and to amend the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, the Criminal Code and other Acts
The purpose of the Cannabis Act “is to protect public health and public safety”. In particular, its purpose is to protect the health of young persons by restricting their access to cannabis, deter illicit activities related to cannabis, reduce the burden on the criminal justice system and enhance public awareness of the health risks associated with cannabis use.
BILL 148: Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act
Ontario’s new “Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act” (Bill 148, 2017) is a major overhaul of the rules governing your workplace.
BILL 3: Pay Transparency Act, 2018
The purpose of the Act is to promote gender equality and equal compensation between men and women through increased transparency around compensation.