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By Tara Vasdani
Much like alcohol, zero-tolerance policies will become the norm.
By Kathryn Marshall
More and more, victims of sexual harassment and sexual assault are seeking justice through Ontario's Human Rights Tribunal system.
By Tara Vasdani
The Ontario Court of Appeal released its decision in Mohamed v. Information Systems Architects Inc., 2010 ONCA 248 on May 7, 2018.
By Tara Vasdani
The Canadian Human Rights Act does not contain a provision akin to that of Ontario's Human Rights Code specifically permitting a plaintiff to plead a human rights complaint within the body of its civil suit.
By Natalie MacDonald
The most successful workplaces are those built on open, honest communication between employer and employee.
By Tara Vasdani
On May 8, 2018, Google introduced its "Duplex" AI system which impressively called a restaurant and salon to set up appointments, and took steps to pretend to be human by inserting "umms" and "ahs"...
By Tara Vasdani
Gail Galea ("Gail") began her career at Wal-Mart in 2002. Hailed as a "rising star", and one of the mega-corporation's MVP's, it wasn't long before she was known for her vigour, and her appetite for success.
By Tara Vasdani
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice has released yet another decision with respect to the reasonable notice period, and what seems to suggest is a trend in escalating awards for aged, but loyal employees.
By Tara Vasdani
The Ontario Human Rights Code was amended in 2008 to include s. 46.1 allowing courts to award damages for violations of the Code in wrongful dismissal cases.
By Kathryn Marshall
Domestic and sexual violence leave is now a job protected leave of absence in the workplace. Here are some things that employers can do to support employees who are victims of domestic and sexual violence ...
By Natalie MacDonald
After months of speculation and consultations, the Federal government announced in April their intention to legalize recreational marijuana use by July 1, 2018.
By Geoffrey Lowe
On January 1, 2018, the most apparent change to the Employment Standards Act, 2000 (the "ESA") brought about by Bill 148 was implemented: the minimum wage for most employees...
By Cody Yorke
The Supreme Court of Canada's decision in Saadati v. Moorhead is making waves in the personal injury bar for its ruling that a plaintiff alleging a mental injury is not required to adduce medical....
By Geoffrey Lowe
A week after the release of the Report, the Ontario government released its own set of suggested changes to the ESA, largely omitting the recommendations in the Report.