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Employment Essentials: July 2017's Top 5
Gowling WLG's employment, labour & equalities experts bring you the latest top five employment law developments that may affect your business - what they are, and what you can do about them.
UK
15 Aug 2017
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Moral Damages And Human Rights Damages
Wrongful dismissal cases can involve more than a person seeking payment of additional pay in lieu of notice; they can also include a claim for other kinds of damages, including moral damages.
Canada
15 Mar 2017
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Much Ado About Benefits: The Enforceability Of Termination Clauses
Ontario's Court of Appeal recently released its decision in Wood v. Fred Deeley Imports Ltd., which focused on the enforceability of a termination clause in the employee's employment contract.
Canada
15 Mar 2017
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Canada v UK - A Comparison Of Key Employment Law Principles
Canada and the United Kingdom share a common language and a legal system based in the common law, excluding Québec which follows the Civil Code for private matters.
Canada
3 Mar 2017
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Top 10 Tips For Organisations Employing Staff In The UK
In this podcast, we cover the key employment issues affecting businesses setting up or expanding in the UK, whether from the US or elsewhere.
UK
28 Feb 2017
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Making Construction Contracts Bankable
It is a frequent refrain in negotiations on construction projects that the terms of a contract are not "bankable". In this alert, we consider issues relating to 'bankability'...
UK
20 Jan 2017
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Fixed Term Means Fixed Damages
Uncertainty about committing to long term employment relationships often induces companies to hire people for short, fixed terms.
Canada
11 Jan 2017
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"No Employment, No Vesting, No Bonus": Alberta Court Of Appeal Overturns Controversial Bonus Award In Styles v. AIMCo
In an era that has been marked by an economic downturn and several very lengthy notice period awards in favour of employees, the Alberta Court of Appeal has granted a win to employers.
Canada
11 Jan 2017
9
Office Parties Gone Bad And Other Musings
Many employers are surprised to learn that an injury at an office party can trigger occupational health and safety liability.
Canada
29 Dec 2016
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Employment Law 2016 Review: Another Year Over...
A year of two halves. We merrily began the year with David Cameron as prime minister expecting the employment law year to be dominated by the rallying cry of trade unions opposed to the passing...
UK
20 Dec 2016
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Dismissing An Employee & Maternity Leave: What Employers Need To Know About Statutory Maternity Pay
Employees on maternity leave are not exempt from being dismissed or selected for redundancy in a genuine redundancy situation where there is no suitable alternative vacancy.
Canada
22 Nov 2016
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Employment Essentials: July's Top 5
Gowling WLG's employment, labour & equalities experts bring you the latest top five employment law developments that may affect your business - what they are, and what you can do about them.
UK
3 Aug 2016
13
Supreme Court Handcuffs Federal Employers: Just Cause Required To Terminate Employees
The Supreme Court of Canada released its much-anticipated decision in Wilson v. Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd.
Canada
22 Jul 2016
14
Employment Essentials: April's Top 5
Gowling WLG's employment, labour & equalities experts bring you the latest top five employment law developments that may affect your business - what they are, and what you can do about them.
UK
4 May 2016
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The Summertime Blues: It May Cost More To Dismiss An Employee In June
In yet another summary judgment wrongful dismissal ruling, the Ontario Court of Justice has determined that the time of year when a dismissal occurs, may result in a greater notice period.
Canada
12 Jun 2015
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Are Summary Judgment Motions Coming Soon To A Theatre Near You?
This move away from a full trial process for such cases reduces the costs and time associated with litigation.
Canada
2 Apr 2015
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Constructive Dismissal: A New Decision From The Supreme Court Of Canada
Employers understand that the dismissal of an employee can fall into either of two categories:
Canada
2 Apr 2015
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Yes, Employers — Employment Agreements Really Work (Even When They Contain A Glitch)
We always recommend that our clients use employment agreements with termination clauses to define and limit their severance obligations.
Canada
2 Apr 2015
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How Not To Terminate A Long-Service Employee
Lessons learned from Arnone v. Best Theratronics Ltd., 2015 ONCA 63, on appeal from 2014 ONSC 4216.
Canada
25 Feb 2015
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Family Status Rights Protect Maternity And Parental Leave, Rules Ontario Court
Employers in Ontario and other Canadian jurisdictions recognize that they have to reinstate employees returning from maternity or parental leave.
Canada
12 Feb 2015
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