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The Federal Contractors Program applies to...
companies with at least 50 employees who bid on federal contracts worth $100,000 or more.
companies with at least 100 employees who bid on federal contracts worth $100,000 or more.
companies with at least 100 employees who bid on federal contracts worth at least $1,000,000.
companies with at least 200 employees who bid on federal contracts worth at least $200,000.
Under Ontario’s Pay Equity Act, an employer that has three bargaining units, as well as non-union employees, in its establishment will have... In...
two pay equity plans.
three pay equity plans.
four pay equity plans.
none of the above
Under Ontario’s Pay Equity Act, there is a cap on the amount of pay equity adjustments that a private sector employer has to make each year. This ca...
1% of the employer’s annual payroll.
2% of the employer’s annual payroll.
3% of the employer’s annual payroll.
5% of the employer’s annual payroll.
Ontario’s "equal pay for equal work" requirements are found in the...
Pay Equity Act.
Employment Standards Act.
Employment Equity Act.
Human Rights Code.
Ontario’s Pay Equity Act is aimed at preventing wage discrimination against women and visible minorities.
In Ontario, there is no statutory requirement to implement an employment equity program.
The federal Employment Equity Act covers four designated groups: women, disabled people, visible minorities, and people over the age of 65.
Effective January 1, 2004, the requirements of PIPEDA applied to all personal information used, collected, or disclosed in Ontario in the course of......
both of the above.
neither of the above.
Which one of the following provinces has not passed privacy legislation that covers personal information in the private sector?
none of the above
Under PIPEDA, the only information that relates to an identifiable individual that is not considered "personal information" is information of the type...
Under PIPEDA, an employer who collects personal information from an employee may use that personal information for any purpose that is legal and work-...
In Ontario, it is illegal for an employer to conduct video surveillance of an employee in the workplace without the employee’s written consent.
In non-unionized workplaces, which one of the following steps in the progressive discipline process is often eliminated?
suspension with pay
suspension without pay
Condonation refers to a situation where...
an employer is aware of misconduct but takes no disciplinary action within a reasonable time.
the employment contract is ambiguous and therefore will be interpreted against the employer.
the employment contract no longer reflects the employment relationship.
the termination clause in the employment contract is unenforceable.
Vicarious liability refers to a situation where...
the employer is held legally responsible for the actions of its employees.
the employer serves alcohol at company-sponsored events.
the onus is on the employer to prove that it was not negligent.
none of the above
The contents of an employer’s employment policy manual automatically apply to all employees but do not cover independent contractors.
An employer may not terminate an employee for innocent absenteeism.
The purpose of statutory termination notice or pay in lieu of notice is to...
provide the employee with time to find a comparable job.
recognize the employee’s loss of benefits and seniority in the job.
punish the employer for wrongfully dismissing the employee.
all of the above.
The choice of whether an employee who is terminated without legal cause will continue working throughout the notice period or receive pay in lieu of n...
the dismissed employee.
the Ministry of Labour, Director of Employment Standards
the employer and dismissed employee, jointly.
Susan has worked for XYZ Company as a cashier for 9-1/2 years. Two years ago she quit her job with XYZ to work for a competitor but after only two mon...
Under current Ontario law, employees in this province are required to retire when they reach 65 years of age.
Where an employee tenders a resignation but later alleges that the resignation was not voluntary, the onus is on the employee to show that the resigna...
Under the common law, an employee has a legal obligation to provide reasonable notice of resignation.
Which of the following is not one of the factors a court will consider in determining what constitutes reasonable notice under the common law for a wr...
the employee’s age
the employee’s length of service
the size of the employer
the employee’s position
In a wrongful dismissal action under the common law, which of the following is not one of the possible remedies available to a dismissed employee?
monetary compensation for lost earnings and benefits during the reasonable notice period
damages for intentional infliction of mental suffering
Under which of the following employment statutes is it possible for an employee to be reinstated?
Employment Standards Act
Ontario Human Rights Code
Occupational Health and Safety Act
all of the above
An employee whose hours of work are unilaterally reduced from 40 hours to 28 hours per week may have a common-law claim against the employer based on....
the employer’s failure to mitigate.
reformulated Wallace damages.
In a wrongful dismissal action under the common law, one of the remedies available to the employee is reinstatement.
An employer that alleges dishonesty as the ground for just cause dismissal may be required to meet a higher standard of proof than a balance of probab...
Which of the following is not an appropriate source for keeping up-to-date on employment law decisions?
Canadian HR Reporter
Ontario Employment Law Handbook
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