#metoo: Sexual harassment and complicity in the restaurant industry

eLearning course helps workers identify harassment and provides intervention training By Kavita Sabharwal-Chomiuk Being a server at a restaurant can be a physically demanding job: carrying trays full of drinks, changing kegs and being on your feet all day can take a toll on the body. But what many people don’t consider is that it […]

What Bill 132 means for your restaurant

By Jennifer Mathers McHenry and Michael Winterstein As an employer it is vital to stay on top of relevant changes to the law to ensure that your business is a) compliant with minimum requirements; b) doing all it can to avoid liability; and c) is prepared to answer any complaint or claim made.  There are […]

Bartenders and servers to receive sexual violence and harassment intervention training

Press release Ontario investing $1.7 million in training for frontline workers Ontario is training bartenders, servers and others in the hospitality sector to identify and intervene in instances of sexual violence and harassment among employees and patrons. Through a $1.7 million investment over three years, workers will be provided with the tools to intervene safely […]