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Labor and Employment Law

2016

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Employment Standards Enforcement: A Scan Of Employment Standards Complaints And Workplace Inspections And Their Resolution Under The Employment Standards Act, 2000, Leah F. Vosko, Andrea M. Noack, Eric Tucker Jan 2016

Employment Standards Enforcement: A Scan Of Employment Standards Complaints And Workplace Inspections And Their Resolution Under The Employment Standards Act, 2000, Leah F. Vosko, Andrea M. Noack, Eric Tucker

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Maximizing Opportunity, Minimizing Risk: Aligning Law, Policy And Practice To Strengthen Work-Integrated Learning In Ontario, Joseph F. Turcotte, Leslie Nichols, Lisa Philipps Jan 2016

Maximizing Opportunity, Minimizing Risk: Aligning Law, Policy And Practice To Strengthen Work-Integrated Learning In Ontario, Joseph F. Turcotte, Leslie Nichols, Lisa Philipps

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A broad consensus is emerging in Ontario and at the federal level in favour of expanding postsecondary students’ access to experiential or “work-integrated learning” (WIL) opportunities. One of the challenges in implementing this vision is navigating the complex legal status of students as they leave campus and enter workplaces in a wide range of industries and roles. This study aims to support these efforts by mapping the current legal landscape for WIL to identify both risks and opportunities for students, post-secondary institutions (PSIs) and placement hosts alike (referred to collectively in this study as “WIL participants”). It makes recommendations to ...