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Independent Operators and Transfer of Costs

Recently, one of our Ontario based Trucking clients contacted us regarding a unique and troubling situation they were facing. One of their Ontario domiciled Owner Operators (Independent Operator) was involved in a serious MVA with another Tractor Trailer. The driver of the other tractor trailer was an employee of another Ontario based Trucking Company, and was a ‘worker’ in the course of his employment for another Schedule 1 (WSIB covered) employer at the time of the MVA.

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Trucker kids as employees – further details emerge

Our July 27 blog entry spoke of an Independent Owner/Operator whose kids were declared to be workers by WSIB. It’s even sillier than we thought.

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Trucker kids as employees – further details emerge

Our July 27 blog entry spoke of an Independent Owner/Operator whose kids were declared to be workers by WSIB. It’s even sillier than we thought.

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Truckers who haven’t hired their kids might be surprised to learn WSIB disagrees

You may know that WSIB and Canada Revenue Agency exchanges information. You may not know that WSIB doesn’t have a very good grasp of what the CRA information means.

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The Judges and Mr Webster

In the US, even the Supreme Court apparently can’t always interpret the law without resorting to common everyday dictionaries.

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A Pie in the Sky view of the Eye in the Sky

A report from the Human Rights Council of the United Nations says that Internet access is a human right.

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How to win friends and a workers’ compensation award

Beating up your customers is not always a good thing.

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WSIB Funding Review needs to hear from you

An external review of WSIB conducted by Professor Harry Arthurs is intended to find ways to increase WSIB cash flow. There are really only two ways to accomplish that: reduce benefits, which is unlikely to happen; or increase employer charges.

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WSIB Funding Review needs to hear from you

An external review of WSIB conducted by Professor Harry Arthurs is intended to find ways to increase WSIB cash flow. There are really only two ways to accomplish that: reduce benefits, which is unlikely to happen; or increase employer charges.

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Closing the Gap Between Denial and Reality on April 28

An Emotional Connection is a very powerful motivator.

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