The global pandemic forced employees out of brick-and-mortar offices and into virtual meetings and coffee and water dispensers have been replaced with Slack and Monday messages. This is the new normal for thousands of businesses (and their employees) around the world.
The highs and lows companies have experienced due to COVID-19 has forced managers to adapt to new ways of doing things in order to keep employees engages during these uncertain times. The best leaders understand that their organization is the sum of their human capital—so what ways can your organization ensure your employees are taken care of this year?
The Ontario Government recently passed the COVID-19 Putting Workers First Act.
Toronto and Peel have been heavily impacted by the pandemic, and workplace spread of the virus is impacting families, as essential workers are getting sick at work and are infecting their households.
The Ontario government began targeted provincewide inspections of construction sites on April 16, 2021, dispatching 200 workplace inspectors, supported by provincial offenses officers, to visit 1,300 constructions sites to enforce safety requirements.
With the pandemic spanning over a year now, many new rules and expectations have been put together by the government to ensure that companies are keeping their employees as safe as possible from catching and spreading COVID-19.
Our EIO Experts answer our clients’ questions about how to run their business safely during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A brief look into how EIO Solutions does benefits different to provide more value to more employees for the same—or less—than your current plan.
Can’t afford them; can’t afford to cancel them! So what can you do about your benefits plan amid the COVID-19 pandemic?