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All About Employment in Canada

In Canada, work law adjusts the relationship among an employer and an employee for the purpose of the provision of paid labour services. In most cases, a worker works designed for an employer, which may be a corporation, a non-profit business, or a co-operative. In exchange for the work they operate, the employer pays an employee an hourly income, piecework pace, or total annual salary. Settlement varies from company to company, and some personnel receive bonus deals, stock options, or perhaps other rewards in addition with their payment.