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Ministry of Labour: Organizational Chart 2010-2011

Through the ministry's key areas of occupational health and safety, employment rights and responsibilities, labour relations and internal administration, the ministry's mandate is to set, communicate and enforce workplace standards while encouraging greater workplace self-reliance. A range of specialized agencies, boards and commissions assist the ministry in its work.

The Deputy Minister reports to the Minister. The following positions report to the Deputy Minister:

  • Assistant Deputy Minister of Corporate Services and Chief Administrative Officer, Internal Administration Services
  • Assistant Deputy Minister, Operations Division
  • Assistant Deputy Minister, Policy, Program Development and Dispute Resolution Services
  • Director, Communications and Marketing Branch
  • Executive Assistant to the Deputy Minister
  • Economics & Transportaion IT Cluster (Ministry of Transportation)
  • Legal Services Branch (Ministry of the Attorney General)
  • Internal Audit Services (Ministry of Finance)

The following positions report to the Assistant Deputy Minister, Operations:

  • Employment Practices Branch
  • Employment Standards Modernization Project
  • Occupational Health and Safety Branch
  • Central Region West
  • Central Region East
  • Northern Region
  • Western Region
  • Eastern Region

The following positions report to the Assistant Deputy Minister, Policy, Program Development and Dispute Resolution Services:

  • Corporate Policy Branch
  • Health and Safety Policy & Program Development Branch
  • Employment and Labour Policy & Program Development Branch
  • Dispute Resolution Services
  • Jobs Protection Office

The following positions report to the Chief Administrative Officer:

  • Finance and Administration Branch
  • Agency Relations Unit
  • Organizational Effectiveness Branch
  • Freedom of Information and Privacy Office
  • Information Management Office

While they operate at arms-length from the Ministry for their quasi-judicial functions. The following agency heads report to the Minister for operational and policy purposes, and most report to the Deputy Minister for administrative purposes.

  • Pay Equity Commission
  • Pay Equity Hearings Tribunal
  • Ontario Labour Relations Board
  • Grievance Settlement Board
  • Office of the Worker Adviser[*]
  • Office of the Employer Adviser[*]
  • Workplace Safety and Insurance Board[*]
  • Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal[*]

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