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Posts Tagged: Bill 132

So What Happens If We Don’t Comply With Bill 132?

As my recent Canadian HR Law blog post outlines, in September of last year, Bill 132 came into force in Ontario. The Bill, formally known as the Sexual Violence And Harassment Action Plan Act, follows substantial legislative changes pursuant to Bill 168, which took effect almost seven years ago. Both pieces of legislation are intended to bolster protection for employees […]


Intolerance for Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Only Grows

A recent Canadian HR Law blog post discussed two events in two different parts of the continent that occurred within two days of each other: on September 7, we learned that the Fox media Corporation was ordered to pay $20 million to Gretchen Carlson, who has made allegations that she was subjected to sexual harassment. The following day, Bill 132 […]


Beware of Summary Dismissal without Investigating First

As I said in my March 16, 2016 Canadian HR Reporter post, “Much has been written about the expanding role of investigations within the context of human resources and employment law. As has been expressed on many occasions (here and here for example), courts expect that workplace investigations will be conducted thoroughly, fairly and expeditiously.” A recent Canadian HR Reporter post reaffirms […]


The Ministry of Labour Provides Additional Details on Bill 132

On August 12, 2016, the Ontario Ministry of Labour published its “Code of Practice to Address Workplace Harassment under Ontario’s Occupational Health and Safety Act” (the “Code”). Given the rapidly approaching date upon which Bill 132 comes into force, and its extensive requirements, this guide to Bill 132 from the Ministry was anxiously awaited. The Code provides some helpful guidance […]


The Latest Chapter In Employment Law: Bill 132 & AODA

Welcome to a brand new monthly feature from Rudner MacDonald: The Latest Chapter in Employment Law. This will be a monthly blog post and email series that will discuss new developments in employment law, whether they be driven by legislative change or case law. If you are reading this but do not receive our monthly Newsletter, please sign up to be […]



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