The Ontario Progressive Conservatives have just introduced Bill 47, their first foray into employment law. It repeals many of the provisions of the Ontario Liberals’ Bill 148, which made sweeping changes to Ontario’s employment landscape. Bill 47 will roll back holiday pay calculations and the treatment of some leaves, and substantially change how employers of […]
Businesses are becoming increasingly reliant on managed services. The need for managed services has grown consistently over the last few decades and now represents a $152.45 billion market. A recent report by Markets and Markets, predicts it will grow to 257.84 billion by 2022.
Today’s workplace is made up of a variety of different types of employees. Managed services teams, contractors, temporary, part-time, and any combination thereof. Businesses are increasingly reliant on augmented staff. Augmenting an existing workforce allows for flexibility and agility in a changing market. That ability to scale your skilled workforce adds considerable administration costs and […]
Many H-1B holders consider immigrating to Canada when their H-1B visas near expiry. Unfortunately, this often means losing out on a good opportunity or leaving a job. If your current US employer is willing to continue your employment as a remote worker in Canada, once you have secured a permanent residency in Canada they can […]
Many American companies look north to hire Canadian workers to work remotely for their operations. It could be salespeople selling their products or services in Canada, technicians to service their Canadian installations, or simply Canadian talent to support their business inside the US or internationally. In such cases, a US work visa is not required […]