See also: The Changing Workplaces Review
If you are interested in responding to the Interim Report with your comments, ideas and suggestions, please contact the Ontario Ministry of Labour by:
Comments are encouraged throughout the consultation period as posted on the Ontario Ministry of Labour website.
Thank you for taking the time to participate.
Submissions and comments provided are part of a public consultation process to solicit views on reforms to Ontario’s employment and labour law regime that may be recommended to protect workers and support business in the context of changing workplaces. This process may involve the Ministry of Labour publishing or posting to the internet your submissions, comments, or summaries of them. In addition, the Ministry may also disclose your submissions, comments, or summaries of them, to other parties during and after the consultation period.
Therefore, you should not include the names of other parties (such as the names of employers or other employees) or any other information by which other parties could be identified in your submission.
Further, if you, as an individual, do not want your identity to be made public, you should not include your name or any other information by which you could be identified in the main body of the submission. If you do provide any information which could disclose your identity in the body of the submission this information may be released with published material or made available to the public. However, your name and contact information provided outside of the body of the submission, such as found in a cover letter, will not be disclosed by the Ministry unless required by law. An individual who provides a submission or comments and indicates a professional affiliation with an organization will be considered a representative of that organization and his or her identity in their professional capacity as the organization’s representative may be disclosed.
Personal information collected during this consultation is under the authority of the Employment Standards Act, 2000 and the Labour Relations Act, 1995, and is in compliance with subsection 38(2) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
If you have any questions regarding the collection of personal information as a result of this consultation you may contact the Ministry’s Freedom of Information Office, 400 University Avenue, 10th Floor, Toronto, Ontario, M7A 1T7, or by calling 416-326-7786.