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Did You Know...

Individuals with hearing impairments often use some combination of lip-reading, sign language, and amplification to understand spoken information. People who are deaf from birth generally have more difficulty speaking and understanding the structure of language than those who lost their hearing later in life. In a job setting, everyday noises -- fans and lights -- that are not a bother to hearing people, may have a profound effect on the ability of people with hearing impairments.

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Employer Information

In this section of our website you will find information for Employers who are looking to hire, require assistance with Labour Laws & Acts or who are looking for services that could help the success of their business!

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Durham Region's network of Employment Ontario Service Providers are dedicated to supporting local employers through the provision of relevant resources and expertise to assist in, identifying and meeting the Human Resource needs of businesses throughout the Durham Region. Each site has the information and skills required to assist employers in gaining the knowledge and training needed to become and remain compliant with government legislation.

Service Providers can offer the following to Employers:

  • Job posting services to market vacant positions
  • Use of office space for mass hires/job fairs
  • Job matching and placement services
  • Ad development and distribution 

** Employer benefits/incentives available for employers meeting eligibility requirements **
See what employers had to say about Employment Ontario Service Providers
Based on individual eligibility criteria we may be able to reduce initial training costs 

Ontario Labour Acts

In this section of our website you will find guides & information pertaining to the different acts in Ontario. Please note links will open a PDF file.

Your Guide to the Employment Standards Act 

Service Providers, Employers and Employees should be aware of the provisions of the Employment Standards Act. A guide to the act is available by clicking the above heading.

Your Guide to the Occupational Health and Safety Act 

Service Providers, Employers and Employees should be aware of the provisions of the Occupational Health and Safety Act. A guide to the act is available by clicking the above heading. 

Your Guide to the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) 

Service Providers, Employers and Employees should be aware of the provisions of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). A guide to the act is available by clicking the above heading. 

Your Guide to Workplace Violence and Harassment Policies 

Service Providers, Employers and Employees should be aware of the "rights" and "wrongs" of Violence Prevention in the Work Place. A guide regarding prevention is available by clicking the above heading. 

Duties of Employers 

Looking for information on your rights as an employer? Information is available by clicking the above heading. 
 


Didn't find the information you will looking for in the above documents?

Contact the Employment Standards Information Centre at 1-800-531-5551
or Ministry of Labour Health & Safety Contact Centre at 1-877-202-0008.