The Ministry of Labour (MOL) has launched a survey on its collective bargaining information. It will run until March 21.
Ontario Public Service - Unified
OPS Unified bargaining unit members will have a chance to show their #OPSLove and win one of seven prizes of $1,000 starting on Valentine's Day.
On January 1, two new laws took effect in Ontario, ushering in important changes for all workers. The two laws are Bill 148, “A Plan for Fair Workplaces and Better Jobs”, and Bill 177 “The Stronger Fairer Ontario Act” (also known as the Elliot Lake Bill).
Toronto – The Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU) is expressing grave concern over the Ontario government’s new ability to download the most serious non-criminal provincial offences, known as Part III offences, to the municipalities.
OPSEU’s response to the joint report of the Income Security Working Group, the First Nations Income Security Reform Working Group, and the Urban Indigenous Table on Income Security Reform
Central Employee Relations Committee (CERC)
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