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Organizations with one or more employee(s) are required to make their business more accessible under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) and its standards. For many businesses, January 1st, 2014 was the compliance deadline for a variety of obligations under the Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulation. Further obligations will be required of employers in 2015.

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HEQCO report finds wide variety of entrepreneurship education opportunities in Ontario

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Generation Y has the numbers, so its presence will definitely be felt in the workplace. It’s the largest demographic group since the baby boomers and counts 12 million among its ranks – more than a third of the country’s population.

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According to the Canadian Labour Congress, 389 Ontario workers lost their lives in 2012 as a result of their work. All workers have the right to come back home to their families at the end of each workday, safe and sound. The Government of Ontario and its partners in the workplace are committed to eliminating all workplace injuries.

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Starting in July 2014, Ontario will introduce across the province mandatory on-the-job training to protect workers and keep them safe at work.

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In Ontario, one out of every seven people has a disability. Over the next 20 years, that number is expected to rise as the population ages. We all want to live in a province where every single person who lives or visits here can participate fully.

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A job search is a detailed and involved process, one that takes a great deal of thought and reflection in order to do well. It’s not easy and takes a considerable amount of time. But what if you’ve already been successful and are lucky enough to have found a new job?

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The older worker

Jun 04, 2014

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It’s always surprising how the modern workplace defines the “older” worker. It varies from company to company, sometimes industry to industry. If you are unemployed and over the age of – brace yourself – 40, you may very well fall into this category. You’re also likely to come up against completely different challenges than your younger counterparts.

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One definition of a career is that it is the sum total of both the paid and unpaid work you’ve done, your learning and the many roles you’ve taken on over the course of your lifetime.

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Is there a typical profile? Aren’t entrepreneurs, by their very definition, creative, driven individuals who look for opportunities outside existing structures and thrive in challenging, complex, not-always-easy-to-define situations?

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