Among the measures in Bill 96 that went into effect yesterday is the requirement for businesses with between 5 and 49 employees to disclose how many of their workers cannot communicate in French. “It’s an incredible burden for businesses, usually mom and pop type businesses that will now have to jump through bureaucratic hoops,” says QCGN President Eva Ludvig.
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