Comply with all applicable legislation, including federal/provincial human rights legislation, regulations, and any other relevant standards, Occupational Health and Safety Act, Employment Standards Act, freedom of information and protection of privacy legislation.
The Employment Service Placement position must be in Ontario
Maintain appropriate WSIB or alternate workplace safety insurance coverage and have adequate third-party general liability insurance
NOT hire his or her immediate family members, such as parent, spouse, sibling or child as a trainee;
NOT be receiving government funds from any other source for the same training placement;
NOT use placement services to replace existing or laid-off employees
NOT be an EO Employment Service service provider.
As well, employers must commit to:
Developing a relevant training plan that will help the participants achieve their employment goal and the help the employer achieve their business goals, in conjunction with the service provider and participant
Providing feedback and assessments of a participant’s skills level, where required
Having the potential for long-term employment/contract position for the participant post placement
Demonstrating the ability to provide the participant with adequate supervision and the training/work experience described in the Employment Service Training Plan
Placing the participant on the company’s payroll and providing the same employment terms, conditions, and benefits as for all regular employees