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Motion - Discussing What Matters - Episode 8: Canada Labour Code
Several new measures have been slated to come into force over the course of the next year. These are grouped into three main categories.
Canada
30 Aug 2019
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Society's Condemnation Of Sexual Harassment Recognized By The Quebec Human Rights Tribunal
In a recent decision, the Quebec Human Rights Tribunal sounded the alarm over sexual harassment in the workplace.
Canada
8 Aug 2019
3
Ontario Court Of Appeal Decides Against Recognizing Tort Of Harassment
On March 15, 2019, The Ontario Court of Appeal released its decision in Merrifield v. Canada (Attorney General), reversing a trial decision in which the Ontario Superior Court of Justice had recognized the existence of a common law "tort of harassment".
Canada
22 Mar 2019
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Parliament Tackles Harassment And Violence In The Federal Work Place
First, the Bill significantly broadens the purpose of Part II of the Code.
Canada
15 Mar 2019
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La nouvelle Loi sur l'équité salariale s'en vient
L'équité salariale occupe une place importante dans l'actualité québécoise et canadienne depuis plusieurs mois.
Canada
20 Feb 2019
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USMCA – Impact On Labour Principles And Rights
Canada, Mexico and the United States agreed to the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) on September 30, 2018.
Canada
26 Nov 2018
8
Ripples Of #Metoo In The M&A World: Examining The "Weinstein Clause"
A recent report Bloomberg indicates the increasing relevance of buyers staying away from a "#MeToo company" in M&A transactions – i.e., a company facing sexual misconduct allegations.
Canada
30 Oct 2018
9
Motion - Discussing What Matters Workplace Policies - Episode 4 (Video)
Welcome to Motion—Discussing what matters, a video series covering hot topics across the country where our experienced lawyers provide timely legal analysis on issues relevant to Canadians.
Canada
18 Oct 2018
10
Human Rights Tribunal Of Ontario: Denying Workplace Group Benefits Coverage To Employees Aged 65 And Older Unconstitutional
This decision may have a significant impact on employer group benefit programs in the future.
Canada
26 Jul 2018
11
It Takes Two To Tango: Employee-Duties In The Accommodation Process
The accommodation process is a multi-party process and employees are not without their own obligations with respect to accommodation.
Canada
2 Jul 2018
12
The National Assembly Unanimously Passes A Bill Amending Quebec's Act Respecting Labour Standards (ALS)
The passage of the Bill put an end to orphan clauses for pension plans and other employee benefits.
Canada
22 Jun 2018
13
A #MeToo-era Class Action Authorized, With A Twist
The highly publicized allegations against Mr. Rozon are not the only reason this decision has garnered widespread interest.
Canada
30 May 2018
14
Coming Soon: Heightened Accountability And Transparency In Federal Employment Equity
In Canada, most federally regulated employers in the private and public spheres are subject to the Employment Equity Act, or in French, la Loi sur l'équité en matière d'emploi (the "Act").
Canada
25 Apr 2018
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The Quebec Government Tables Its Bill To Reform Quebec's Labour Standards Legislation
Quebec's labour minister, Dominique Vien, has just tabled Bill 176 An Act to amend the Act respecting labour standards (ALS) and other legislative provisions mainly to facilitate family-work balance.
Canada
4 Apr 2018
16
Will Artificial Intelligence Need Human Rights Training ?
The Financial Post interviews Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP's patent and trademark lawyer Maya Medeiros on Artificial Intelligence's discriminatory biases.
Canada
6 Mar 2018
17
A (Not So) New Test For Family Status Discrimination In British Columbia
It is often a challenge for employers to determine whether they have a duty to accommodate an employee's "family status" under human rights legislation.
Canada
22 Feb 2018
18
Harassment And Violence In The Workplace : Changes To Be Expected For Federally Regulated Employers
Compliance with future regulation on the subject will also be mandatory.
Canada
31 Jan 2018
19
Who, Me? Could Be: Supreme Court Of Canada Extends Protections Regarding Employment Under The BC Human Rights Code
The decision will have significant implications for employers and all those involved in the workplace.
Canada
22 Dec 2017
20
Who, me? Could be: SCC extends protections regarding employment under the BC Human Rights Code
In a landmark case, the Supreme Court of Canada has extended the protection it offers to employees from discrimination in the workplace to encompass discrimination perpetrated by an individual with a different employer: British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal v. Schrenk, 2017 SCC 62.
Canada
19 Dec 2017
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