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Fostering Workplace Culture Through Internal Investigations
With increasing public scrutiny over the workplace, companies are now more than ever focused on improving the culture within their organizations.
Canada
31 Jul 2019
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Ontario Court Of Appeal Finds No Tort Of Harassment Exists
The Ontario Court of Appeal has held that the tort of harassment does not exist in Ontario. The Court's March 15 decision in Merrifield v. Canada (Attorney General)
Canada
17 Apr 2019
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Employment Law In The AI Era: The Constructive Dismissal Problem
The July 2, 1978 issue of the New York Times was the final one the paper sent to print under the linotype process.
Canada
29 Jan 2019
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Making Ontario Open For Business Act To Repeal Labour And Employment Changes Of Previous Government
On October 23, the provincial government tabled the Making Ontario Open for Business Act (Bill 47).
Canada
26 Oct 2018
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The Influence Of U.S. Sexual Harassment Class Actions In Canada
Sexual harassment and discrimination class actions have never been more in the spotlight than they are today, and employers on both sides of the Canada-U.S. border are examining their policies and practices.
Canada
4 Sep 2018
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Lessons From U.S. Sexual Harassment Class Actions For Canadian Employers
The #metoo movement has crystallized the need for employers to actively mitigate the risk of sexual harassment and discrimination class actions.
Canada
24 Jul 2018
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Applying Termination Clauses To Employment Agreements With "Failsafe" Provisions: Amberber v. IBM Canada Ltd.
The Ontario Court of Appeal has provided clarification on the enforceability of termination clauses in employment agreements that contain failsafe provisions in its June 22 decision in Amberber v. IBM Canada Ltd.
Canada
17 Jul 2018
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How Workplace Harassment Can Be Prevented
Partner Lisa Talbot has contributed to the Globe and Mail's Leadership Lab speaking about the #MeToo movement.
Canada
18 May 2018
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Ontario The First Province To Pass "Pay Transparency" Legislation
Ontario's Pay Transparency Act, 2018 (the Act) passed the Third Reading on April 26, making the province the first to pass legislation of this type
Canada
3 May 2018
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Class Actions In Canada—Part 3: Sexual Harassment And Discrimination Class Actions
In the third installment of our series on class actions, we examine the nascent state of sexual harassment and discrimination class actions in Canada.
Canada
23 Apr 2018
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#Metoo Readiness: Practical Advice For Corporate Leaders
The #MeToo movement has led to an explosion of sexual harassment revelations in recent months.
Canada
20 Apr 2018
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Ontario Introduces "Pay Transparency" Legislation
On March 6, Ontario introduced "Then Now Next: Ontario's Strategy for Women's Economic Empowerment," which includes the introduction of a proposed "pay transparency" bill.
Canada
8 Mar 2018
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Introduction Of Civil Cause Of Action For Whistleblower Reprisal
The Ontario Securities Commission's Whistleblower Program—launched in July 2016—encourages individuals and companies to report on suspected violations of Ontario securities laws to the Commission.
Canada
1 Feb 2018
14
Proposed Changes To OSC Whistleblower Program
The Ontario Securities Commission's (Commission) Whistleblower Program was launched in July 2016 which encourages individuals and companies to report suspected violations of Ontario securities laws ...
Canada
23 Jan 2018
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Mitigating Damages After Dismissal
Employees are required to make best efforts to reduce their damages after dismissal, usually by attempting to secure comparable employment elsewhere.
Canada
12 Jun 2017
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Ontario Ministry Of Labour Interim Report On The Changing Workplaces Review
The Government of Ontario initiated the Changing Workplaces Review in 2015 to determine what changes, if any, should be made to employment and labour laws...
Canada
26 Aug 2016
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Supreme Court Of Canada Confirms Federally Regulated Employees Cannot Be Terminated Without Cause
On July 14, 2016, the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) released its decision in Wilson v. Atomic Energy of Canada Limited, confirming that federally regulated employers cannot lawfully dismiss employees without cause.
Canada
27 Jul 2016
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The OSC Whistleblower Program: What Employers Need To Know
On July 14, the Ontario Securities Commission formally launched its Whistleblower Program (OSC Policy 15-601), which seeks to encourage individuals and companies to report suspected violations of Ontario securities laws.
Canada
20 Jul 2016
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Privacy Obligations For Organizations And Employee Snooping
The issue of "employee snooping" is currently top of mind with the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (the OPC).
Canada
27 Apr 2016
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Federal Court Affirms Strict Compliance With PIPEDA For Employers
The Federal Court recently underscored the importance of compliance with the requirements of the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act...
Canada
26 Jan 2016
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