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Another Termination Clause Falls – When Even ESA "Failsafe" Language Can Malfunction
The Plaintiff, Wayne Groves, was the founder of UTS Consultants Inc. (UTS), serving as its President since 1992.
Canada
11 Dec 2019
2
Upcoming Reporting Deadlines And Accessible Website Requirements Under The AODA
The AODA was enacted in 2005 and aims to identify, eliminate and prevent barriers to accessibility in Ontario by 2025.
Canada
11 Dec 2019
3
Legalization One Year Later: What Has Been The Impact On Workplaces And What's Next?
ADP Canada Co. has released the results of a study it commissioned to examine the rate of cannabis use at work in Canada and to survey the extent to which Canadian employers
Canada
30 Oct 2019
4
Time To Vote: Employer Obligations On Election Day
A federal election has been called for October 21, 2019. With the vote just a few weeks away, employers should be aware of their legal obligations on Election Day.
Canada
18 Oct 2019
5
The Hidden Perils Of Resignation Letters – When Getting It In Writing Just Isn't Enough
More often than not, a resignation letter from a valued employee will be as welcomed by employers and human resources professionals alike as a skunk at a company picnic.
Canada
27 Sep 2019
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Termination Clauses Revisited - ESA "Failsafe" Language May Not Be As Failsafe As You Think
If there is one thing employers want to get right in a written employment agreement, crafting an ironclad termination provision would typically be at the very top
Canada
23 Sep 2019
7
Mcguinty v. 1845035 Ontario Inc. - A Stark Reminder Of The Importance Of Termination Provisions In Fixed-Term Employment
The Ontario Superior Court's recent decision in McGuinty v. 1845035 Ontario Inc. o/a McGuinty Funeral Home, in which the Court awarded nine years
Canada
9 Aug 2019
8
Costly Tweeting: Employee Pays High Price For Breaching Settlement Agreement
It is common for many employers to choose to settle workplace disputes rather than litigate. When making this decision, employers are often mindful of two major benefits of settlement:
Canada
5 Aug 2019
9
Keeping A Lid On It – Ontario Court Of Appeal Reinforces 24 Months As Presumptive Limit For Reasonable Notice Awards
In February of this year, we warned employers about the potential implications of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice's rather alarming decision in Dawe v. Equitable Insurance Company of Canada.
Canada
30 Jul 2019
10
Recent And Upcoming Changes To Federal And Provincial Minimum Standards
Employers across Canada are being kept on their toes as the federal, provincial, and territorial governments continue to revise laws applicable to Canadian workplaces.
Canada
25 Jul 2019
11
Divisional Court Confirms Employee's Desire To Return To Work, Without More, Does Not Trigger The Duty To Accommodate
The Divisional Court's recent decision in Katz Group Canada Ltd. v. Clarke1 provides helpful guidance to employers on the scope of the duty to accommodate and an employee's obligation
Canada
15 Jul 2019
12
The Enforceability Of Employment Arbitration Agreements In Question
Some employers include arbitration clauses in their standard form employment agreements as the arbitration process can be a confidential and cost-effective
Canada
3 Jul 2019
13
Divisional Court Confirms That Employee's Desire To Return To Work, Without More, Does Not Trigger The Duty To Accommodate
The Divisional Court's recent decision in Katz Group Canada Ltd. v. Clarke1 provides helpful guidance to employers on the scope of the duty to accommodate and an employee's obligation
Canada
1 Jul 2019
14
Bill 66 Becomes Law in Ontario
Employers are encouraged to review and update their overtime policies to ensure that they stay current with the law.
Canada
31 May 2019
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Employers' Anxious Wait Is Over With The Arrival Of The Federal Government's New EI Parental Sharing Benefit
Many first-time parents ask themselves this very question, especially as their baby's due date approaches ever nearer.
Canada
29 Mar 2019
16
Court Of Appeal Rejects Recognition Of New Negligence-Based Tort Of Harassment
In other words, the proposed new tort would have lowered the threshold for potential liability by an employer to a negligence standard.
Canada
28 Mar 2019
17
Employers' Anxious Wait Is Over With The Arrival Of The Federal Government's New EI Parental Sharing Benefit
The benefit was first introduced in the federal government's 2018 budget tabled in February of last year with the intention that it would not take effect until June 2019.
Canada
28 Mar 2019
18
The Game Changer: OSC Awards $7.5 Million To Three Whistleblowers
The Ontario Securities Commission (the OSC) recently announced that it has awarded nearly $7.5 million to three whistleblowers on separate matters ...
Canada
27 Mar 2019
19
Employers Must Update Employment Standards Posting – For Now
Bill 66 has yet to proceed to Second Reading but we will continue to monitor its progress.
Canada
26 Mar 2019
20
Ontario Court Of Appeal Upholds Extraordinary Award In Wrongful Dismissal Case
When Keddco was acquired by Canerector in 2011, Mr. Ruston was promoted to President.
Canada
26 Mar 2019
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