Discounts are not covered by the Employment Standards Act, 2000 (ESA). The employer is responsible for deciding whether employees get a discount on products the employer makes or sells, or on services the employer provides. However, if there is a discount, the employer is the one who determines how much the discount will be.
Generally, the employer is responsible for making decisions about dress codes, uniforms and other clothing requirements--and about who pays for them.
An employer may make a deduction from wages to cover the cost of a uniform or other clothing requirements with the signed, specific written authorization from the employee permitting the deduction and setting out the amount of the deduction.