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By Michael MacLellan
Hosting a holiday party is a great way to thank your employees for their hard work and to celebrate your company's successes in the last year.
By Karen Fields
Perhaps, according to the recent decision in R. v. Fournier! In April 2012 a workplace accident from a collapsed trench wall resulted in a fatality.
By Angela Wiggins
Recently, employers responding to wrongful dismissal litigation may have noticed a trend of plaintiffs seeking to resolve matters quickly by bringing motions for summary judgment.
By Angela Wiggins
Many employers want to prevent employees from pursuing their customers when or if the employee moves to a competitor.
By Karen Fields
As most are aware, fines being levied under the Occupational Health and Safety Act ("OHSA") have been on the increase for convictions.
By Michael MacLellan
So it's not exactly the Empire versus the Rebels, but the Trudeau government has effectively nixed the Ontario provincial mini-Empire's plans to implement the Ontario Retirement Pension Plan ("ORPP").
By Kelsey Orth
We have written before on the perils of (mis)using defined-term contracts. The issue we encounter in our practice most frequently is the repeated use of defined-term contracts.
By Brian Silva
For a variety of reasons, including shortfalls in retirement savings or job satisfaction, many employees are working well past the traditional retirement age leading to increasing numbers of older employees.
By Andrew Cogswell
The Ontario Human Rights Tribunal has crafted yet another plot twist in the evolving legal test for family status discrimination.
By Andrew Cogswell
In 2012 the Supreme Court of Canada released the decision R. v. Cole that found employees have a reasonable expectation of privacy with respect to the contents of work related computers...
By Susan Crawford
As employer counsel, it is not unusual for us to hear from a client that poor financial circumstances mean that the employer cannot afford to pay common-law reasonable notice to its departing employees.
By Brian Silva
By now we all know that Ontario employers are normally required to provide employees with reasonable notice of termination or pay in lieu thereof when terminating an employee without cause.
By Kelsey Orth
You may recall that CCPartners wrote in November of last year about a case making its way through the judicial review process in British Columbia.
By Angela Wiggins
It's back to school time. For many students, this means the beginning of looking for placements at employers to build on their classroom experiences, gain experience or fulfill program requirements.
By Angela Wiggins
A recently released decision on a grievance originally filed by the Amalgamated Transit Union against the TTC in 2012 should cause employers who operate customer service...