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By Michael MacLellan
The Court of Appeal of Newfoundland and Labrador recently denied an employer's appeal from a grievance arbitration decision holding that it was improper to subject ...
By Cristina Tomaino
A recent interim decision from the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario (the "Tribunal") is an important caution for employers who distinguish between job applicants ...
By Kelsey Orth
You have read in this space about recent cases where the language and enforceability of an executed Release has been called into question, including whether a Release covered claims...
By Cristina Tomaino
In a recent decision, the British Colombia Supreme Court upheld the dismissal of a long-service employee following a series of confidentiality breaches.
By Shreya Patel
A recent labour arbitration decision has determined that the three paid floater days provided in a collective agreement did not constitute a greater right or benefit under the terms of the Employment Standards Act...
By Angela Wiggins
Leading up to Canada Day, 2018 employers should have been preparing and reviewing their workplace policies to ensure that they would be in compliance with the Smoke-Free Ontario Act...
By Brian Silva
As we know, the Ontario Court of Appeal released a decision in 2016, Oudin v. Centre Francophone de Toronto, where a termination provision was upheld despite the fact ...
By Susan Crawford
In what would turn out to be the Liberal Government's swan song, and amid widespread criticism from the business community, the controversial changes ...
By Kelsey Orth
Having quashed the arbitration panel decision, the Court of Appeal referred the matter back to a fresh arbitration panel for adjudication.
By Michael MacLellan
This one is right up there with "two weeks' notice" and "three strikes you're out".
By Kelsey Orth
In May the Superior Court of Justice for Ontario released its decision in Ruston v. Keddco Mfg. (2011) Ltd..
By Kelsey Orth
Many employers may be unaware that they have obligations to their employees in respect of the upcoming June 7, 2018 provincial election.
By Shreya Patel
In a recent decision, the Ontario Court of Appeal ruled that although the Company had an unfettered right to terminate an independent contractor's fixed term contract ...
By Angela Wiggins
Are you an employer with a benefit plan that terminates for workers who are 65 and older?
By Brian Silva
On August 1, 2018, the government's plan to legalize recreational marijuana will come into effect and employers will be faced with questions about how to manage cannabis in the workplace ...