How do I contact the Ontario Labor Board?

How do I contact the Ontario Labor Board?

Contact the Employment Standards Information Centre at:

  1. 416-326-7160.
  2. toll free in Ontario: 1-800-531-5551.
  3. TTY (for hearing impaired): 1-866-567-8893.

What do Labour relations boards do?

The Alberta Labour Relations Board (ALRB) is an independent and impartial tribunal responsible for the day-to-day application and interpretation of Alberta’s labour laws.

What does the Ontario Labour Relations Board do?

From its inception as Canada’s first “Labour Court” to its most recent incarnation, the Ontario Labour Relations Board administers a variety of employment and labour relations-related statutes with a view to promoting safe, fair and harmonious conditions in Ontario’s workplaces.

Who governs unions in Ontario?

The Ontario Labour Relations Act (OLRA) governs the relationship between unions and employers in most Ontario workplaces. Among other things, it covers the process for bringing a union into a workplace (organizing) and negotiating a first contract (collective bargaining).

How do I file a complaint against my employer in Canada?

If your employer isn’t following the law or their own harassment policy, you can make a complaint to the Ministry of Labour. You do this by calling the Ministry’s Health and Safety Contact Centre at 1-877-202-0008.

What is Labour relations code?

The Code outlines the rights and responsibilities of employers, trade unions and employees in labour relations. In Alberta, the Code guarantees that employees have the right to collective bargaining with employers. Rules are set out that govern the labour relations activities of trade unions, employers and employees.

How do you file a complaint against your employer?

Start by approaching the human resource department of your company. It will be in a position to explain where you stand legally and will help resolve the issue. You can also lodge a formal complaint directly with the department and should give it adequate time to evaluate your situation and suggest a solution.

What constitutes wrongful dismissal Ontario?

A wrongful dismissal occurs when an employer either: (i) terminates an employee without cause but fails to provide the employee with sufficient notice of dismissal; or (ii) terminates an employee for cause without providing any notice of dismissal in circumstances when the employer did not have just cause to dismiss …

Where is the Ontario Labour Relations Board located?

The Registrar. Ontario Labour Relations Board. 505 University Avenue – 2nd Floor. Toronto, ON. M5G 2P1. Directory. Client Services. For general information about the Board and its services; case status, OLRB practices and procedures, obligations under the Board’s Rules etc.

When did Ursula Boylan join the Labour Relations Board?

Ursula Boylan joined the Ontario Labour Relations Board as a mediator in 2012 and has been its Deputy Director/Registrar since November 2014. She has a law degree from McGill University and was called to the Ontario bar in 1993.

When did Lindsay Lawrence join Ontario Labour Relations Board?

Lindsay Lawrence joined the Ontario Labour Relations Board in 2020, after many years in private practice at a prominent labour law firm. While in private practice, she regularly appeared before the Board, as well as at the Human Rights Tribunal, and in private labour arbitration matters.

Where can I find Ontario Labour Ministry forms?

Publications and forms are available online and from ServiceOntario. Many of the 1-800 or toll-free numbers listed below are accessible only within the area code of the relevant office.