Providing Advocacy Services for Employers in Ontario Labour Relations Board Matters
The Ontario Labour Relations Board (the "OLRB") hears disputes involving various issues between employees and employers including matters stemming from the Occupational Health and Safety Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. O.1 such as workplace safety violation concerns as well as the Employment Standards Act, 2000, S.O. 2000, Chapter 41 such as concerns around rights regarding wages, vacation time, among many other things, as well as issues arising from many other statutes for which the OLRB holds adjudicative jurisdiction. As an independent adjudicative tribunal, the OLRB reviews evidence and relevant legal arguments and then, following interpretation and application of the relevant statute law, renders and issues decisions. Prior decisions of the OLRB, for public interest purposes and for availability as reliable precedents, are available from the Canadian Legal Information Institute. The primary role of the OLRB is to support and encourage positive relations in matters involving employees, unions, and employers.
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