All About Employment canada

In Canada, occupation law regulates the relationship between an employer and an employee for the purpose of the supply of paid labour products and services. In most cases, an employee works for an employer, that could be a corporation, a non-profit firm, or a co-operative. In exchange for the task they accomplish, the employer makes sense an employee an hourly wage, piecework fee, or total annual salary. Payment varies from employer to employer, and some employees receive bonuses, stock options, or perhaps other rewards in addition for their payment.