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By Angela Wiggins
This past Monday it was back to work for the Ontario Government as the legislature resumed session.
By Andrew Cogswell
In a recent unique case before the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal, the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) was found to violate the Human Rights Code on the ground of disability.
By Susan Crawford
It is fair to say that dismissals for "cause" (where no notice obligations are required by the employer as a result of the employee's conduct) are the exception rather than the rule in Ontario.
By Michael MacLellan
Employers are sometimes surprised to learn that they do not necessarily have just cause to terminate a dishonest employee.
By Kelsey Orth
You may recall a recent article by Angela Wiggins regarding the remedy of reinstatement for federal employees under the unjust dismissal provision of the Canada Labour Code.
By Shreya Patel
It determined that the employer never acted in a manner that suggested that it no longer intended to be bound by the employment contract.
By Angela Wiggins
Privacy issues in employment are gaining more and more attention these days, particularly in the health care sector.
By Andrew Cogswell
In the recent decision of Colistro v. Tybatel, 2017 ONSC 2731, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice provided a lesson to employers about the seriousness of sexual harassment in the workplace.
By Michael MacLellan
We can virtually guarantee you that a plaintiff's wrongful dismissal claim WILL allege that the employee is entitled to aggravated damages.
By Kelsey Orth
You will recall that, in May of this year, CCP's own Susan Crawford was successful at the Ontario Court of Appeal, when that court upheld the trial decision in Kielb v. National Money Mart Company.
By Brian Silva
As we all know, there have been a number of court decisions in recent years which have found termination provisions in employment agreements to be unenforceable because those provisions failed...
By Angela Wiggins
Federal employers should be aware of the risks in terminating employees under the Canada Labour Code.
By Angela Wiggins
Earlier this year the British Columbia Court of Appeal issued a decision that should assist unionized employers dealing with accommodating employees.
By Kelsey Orth
Earlier this week the Ontario government announced that controversial changes to the province's labour laws were on the horizon.
By Brian Silva
By now we all know that an employer has a duty to accommodate an employee with a disability to the point of undue hardship.