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By Stringer LLP
The Ontario Superior Court recently found that sexual harassment does not necessarily "arise out of" the employment relationship, even when it is perpetrated by another employee at the workplace.
By Stringer LLP
In Klonteig v West Kelowna (District), the British Columbia Superior Court found that an employer that terminated a firefighter for driving drunk in a fire department vehicle while off duty did not have just cause...
By Amanda D. Boyce
Employers should seek legal advice if they are unsure about how the legislation applies to their circumstances.
By Stringer LLP
A recent case from the Ontario Court of Justice suggests that workplace policies can be a significant component in determining what constitutes unsafe conduct under the Occupational Health and Safety Act.
By Jeremy Schwartz, Amanda D. Boyce
In response to strong pushback from the business community, the Ontario government has doubled back on recent changes to public holiday pay calculation brought about by Bill 148.
By Stringer LLP
A critical element of the health and safety regime in any workplace that employs heavy machinery is the presence of signalers. Mandated by regulation, the employment of effective signalers...
By Frank Portman
Employers, ever-weary of the next judicial pronouncement on the enforceability of specific termination clauses in employment contracts, may mark a recent decision by Ontario's top court...
By Amanda D. Boyce
Premier Kathleen Wynne announced this morning that the Ontario government would introduce new legislation aimed at increasing pay transparency as part of a broader ...
By Amanda D. Boyce
The Ontario Superior Court recently found that an employee had been constructively dismissed when her employer reneged on its promise that she could work from home three days per week.
By Amanda D. Boyce
In a unique set of circumstances, the Ontario Superior Court recently found that changes to an employment contract which benefited an employee were void because the employer did not receive consideration.
By Landon Young, Amanda D. Boyce
Bill 148, the Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, received Royal Assent on November 27, 2017. This means that the Bill has passed and is now law.
By Stringer LLP
The Ontario Superior Court recently awarded an employee on leave due to disability, damages representing the salary he would have earned had he been able to work during the working notice period ...
By Ryan Conlin, Jeremy Schwartz
The Ontario Government has made a number of significant changes to labour and employment legislation over the last few months.
By Stringer LLP
The Ontario Court of Appeal recently denied entitlement to bonus payout to an employee who quit his job.
By Stringer LLP
Subsections 4 (1) and (2) of the Broader Public Sector Executive Compensation Act, 2014 set out the employees and office holders to whom the Act applies as designated executives.