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Ontario Ministry having session for employers

 

Information sessions

The ministry, in partnership with organizations across Ontario, provides general overview information sessions on the Employment Standards Act (ESA).

These information sessions are delivered by subject matter experts from the ministry and cover topics such as hours of work, public holidays, leaves of absence and more..

Please check the calendar below and contact the host organization directly to sign up for a session near you. This calendar is updated as new information sessions are scheduled.

Date/timeLocationOrganizationTopicRegister

July 20, 2021

2:00 pm to 4:00 pm

WebinarMinistry of Labour, Training and Skills DevelopmentKeeping Ontario Safe- What you need to know about occupational health and safety and employment standards related to covid 19

Eventbrite Registration

August 10, 2021

10:00 am to 12:00 pm

WebinarMinistry of Labour, Training and Skills DevelopmentKeeping Ontario Safe- What you need to know about occupational health and safety and employment standards related to covid 19

Eventbrite Registration

If you would like to request an information session about an ESA topic outside of the sessions listed in the calendar, please email EOP@Ontario.ca. Please note you must have a minimum of 10 attendees.

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