Go to the Globe and Mail homepage

Jump to main navigationJump to main content

AdChoices
Automatic Coating Ltd.vice-president Jocelyn Williams Bamford is worried changes to Ontario labour law will lead to a loss of competitiveness for her Toronto company and losing business to the United States. (Mark Blinch/The Globe and Mail)
Automatic Coating Ltd.vice-president Jocelyn Williams Bamford is worried changes to Ontario labour law will lead to a loss of competitiveness for her Toronto company and losing business to the United States. (Mark Blinch/The Globe and Mail)

Ontario businesses face anxiety ahead of coming labour-law reform Add to ...

Subscribers Only

At Quinn’s Steakhouse & Irish Bar, Mike O’Connor keeps running numbers in his head.

In the coming weeks, the Ontario government is expected to reveal the results of its Changing Workplaces Review. Like many Ontario business leaders, Mr. O’Connor is not sure what to expect. The two-year project, intended to catch labour legislation up with two decades of economic and labour shifts, proposes to legislate better conditions for part-time, contract and other precarious workers.

Report Typo/Error

Follow on Twitter: @joshokane

Also on The Globe and Mail

New business fund could double to $1-billion: Morneau (The Canadian Press)

Next story

loading

Trending

loading

Most popular videos »

More from The Globe and Mail

Most popular