Welcome to the 6th annual Williams HR Law Year in Review.

This is the definitive guide to the legal decisions, legislative changes and other labour and employment law developments that mattered most to your business in 2016.

Our goal is to help your leaders stay informed so your organization can act proactively to comply with fast-shifting HR law obligations—all while avoiding potentially costly penalties or legal challenges.

Explore articles covering a range of important topics including new workplace investigation obligations that came into force with the passing of Bill 132. The Year In Review also provides effective strategies to manage workplace harassment via social media, settle WSIB claims quickly and at minimal cost, as well as details on when employers can resist motions for summary judgment in wrongful dismissal litigation and the most recent legal developments in family status accommodation.  

Most importantly, our Year In Review is also a look ahead. Our focus on HR law trends for 2017 will help your organization position itself for change and be proactive in its approach to policy design and implementation. We’ll discuss a new law regarding public disclosure of new and embarrassing private facts, provisions of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 that come into force later this year, and the potential for major revisions to the Employment Standards Act—and much more.

Start exploring our Year In Review—
it’s the tool you need for HR success in 2017

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