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Their fellow full-time co-workers may also resent the flexibility of hours that comes with working a reduced work week.
Miller Thomson LLP
Au Québec, la loi[1] prévoit qu'un client peut résilier à sa simple discrétion et à tout moment un contrat de service, tel un contrat de construction, de gestion de projet ou de conseils professionnels.
Siskinds LLP
Say you're an employer facing the prospect of being overstaffed. Some managers have recently left your employ but their support staff remain.
Stikeman Elliott LLP
Under the terms of the LTIP, once accepted by an employee, a grant would be invested for the employee's benefit before vesting four years later.
2016 featured many significant decisions and legislative changes impacting employers.
Stringer LLP
When an employer terminates an employee without just cause in Ontario, it must either provide reasonable notice of the termination, or payment in lieu of notice.
Minden Gross LLP
If you have not yet made a contribution to your Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) for 2016, you have only about six more weeks to get your act together.
McLennan Ross LLP
In the second decision in a week in favour of upholding the plain meaning of employment contracts...
Miller Thomson LLP
In the fall of 2015, Madam Justice Yungwirth of the Alberta Court of Queen's Bench penned a decision that caused employers to take notice.
Overholt Law
The sale of a business can have a significant, multifaceted impact on a business' relationship with its employees.
Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
In March 2016 the federal government announced changes to Employment Insurance rules in Canada. Effective January 1, 2017, the EI waiting period has been reduced from two weeks to one week by way of amendments to . . .
Bennett Jones LLP
In positive news for employers, in Styles v Alberta Investment Management Corporation, 2017 ABCA 1, the ABCA affirmed that an employee who does not meet a clear and well drafted condition of eligibility...
McMillan LLP
In 2015, we reported on a controversial lower court decision from Alberta that significantly expanded employee rights to receive payment of unvested long-term incentive compensation following termination of employment.
Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
Following a Ministry of Labour investigation, a mining company was fined $55,000 on October 26, 2016 after an employee was injured at a mine in Northern Ontario.
Three Toronto subway operators engaged in a work refusal after the Toronto Transit Commission decided to staff subway trains with only one operator (instead of two).
Cox & Palmer
So, you want to launch a business in Nova Scotia? Well, whether you want to disrupt the tech sector, break the Internet or brew some sour beer, you are going to need to understand...
McMillan LLP
Aro proposed to Polard that he reduce his hours for a period of 6 months.
Roper Greyell LLP – Employment and Labour Lawyers
Nothing worries clients more than to be told that the subject matter for which they require advice is "interesting". Interesting is often a synonym for expensive.
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
The Ontario Court of Appeal has recently determined that in a unionized workplace, a dispute about whether the employer has complied with its obligations under the Employment Insurance Premium...
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
The top employment cases of 2016 are a mixed bunch that provide some important reminders of key employment law principles.
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Dale & Lessmann LLP
Employees may be entitled to statutory holiday pay for the approaching statutory holidays of Christmas Day (December 25), Boxing Day (December 26), and New Year's Day (January 1).
Cassels Brock
2016 was a significant year for employment law with precedent-setting decisions on a variety of issues combined with new legislation that continues to alter the Canadian employment law landscape.
On the heels of news in late November that the federal government was "advised against a ban on replacement workers" earlier this year, we write now with relief that the current government...
Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP
Labour and employment law had some interesting developments in 2016. What follows are a few highlights from the last year and an introduction to an issue that may attract significant attention in 2017.
McMillan LLP
When the calendar turns over on January 1, 2017, private and not-for-profit organizations with 1-49 employees in Ontario will be impacted by several new requirements under the Employment Standards to the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005.
McInnes Cooper
Employers' legal duty to accommodate employees seems to most frequently come up in the context of employees with disabilities.
Stringer LLP
A recent decision from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice confirms that employers are within their rights to require medical notes when employees are absent...
Overholt Law
Incentive compensation is increasingly an important term of employment for employers and employees. Employers are using incentive compensation to achieve a variety of business goals.
McMillan LLP
The proposed changes to the ESA will allow employees to take a job-protected leave of absence if they have experienced domestic or sexual violence
McLennan Ross LLP
Businesses and employers face exposure to a variety of claims for mismanagement or misuse of personal information by employees. Damages may depend on how sensitive the information is and how it is misused.
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