NLRB General Counsel announced she will urge the Board to adopt a new framework that seeks to hold employers accountable for use of “omnipresent surveillance and other algorithmic-management tools” if they tend to impair the exercise of §7 rights.
In an unprecedented bid to prevent school board employees represented by the Canadian Union of Public Employees from proceeding with a strike planned for early November 2022, Ontario introduced Bill 28, Keeping Students in Class Act, 2022.
On June 23, 2022, Canada’s Bill C-19 received Royal Assent and amended Canada’s Competition Act. As of June 23, 2023, the amendment will prohibit wage-fixing and no-poach agreements among certain employers.
The Modern Slavery Act would require certain government institutions and private-sector entities to report annually on measures they have taken to prevent and reduce the risk that they or their supply chains are using forced or child labour.