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How Much Time – If Any – Must Employers Provide To Employees To Vote In The Upcoming Federal Election?
In light of the upcoming federal election, which was officially launched today, this is a timely reminder for employers on their statutory obligations to provide employees
Canada
16 Sep 2019
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Temp Agencies To Face New Prohibitions Under Canada Labour Code
Upcoming amendments to the Canada Labour Code will impose obligations on temporary help agencies with employees working for federally regulated employers (the Amendments)
Canada
9 Sep 2019
3
Launch Of The Federal Employment Guide For Employers: September 1 Amendments To Part III Of The Canada Labour Code
A suite of changes to Part III of the Canada Labour Code (the Code) are coming into force on September 1, 2019, that will confer new rights to employees.
Canada
2 Sep 2019
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More Breaks, Scheduling And Overtime Entitlements For Employees Of Federally Regulated Employers
Bill C-86, which received royal assent in 2018, makes numerous changes to the Canada Labour Code that will significantly affect employees' entitlements to breaks, scheduling notices, and overtime
Canada
2 Sep 2019
5
Amendments To The Canada Labour Code: Work-Life Balance Provisions For Employees In Federally Regulated Workplaces Coming Into Full Force
Important changes to federal employment standards under Part III the Canada Labour Code are set to come into effect on September 1, 2019
Canada
2 Sep 2019
6
Federal Employment & Labour Guide
Are you ready for the new legislation? For many employers, these changes will have a significant impact on their workplaces and business.
Canada
30 Aug 2019
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Are All Employees Who Enter The U.S. On Business "Business Visitors"?
It is not uncommon for Canadian employers to send their employees to the U.S. for business reasons. When they do so, employers should be mindful of the difference between business and work travel.
Canada
29 Aug 2019
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Free Menstrual Products In Federally-Regulated Workplaces Proposed
On May 4, 2019, in the Canada Gazette, the Labour Program of the Department of Employment and Social Development (the "Labour Program")
Canada
27 Aug 2019
9
Employer Tips For Lawfully Ending The Employment Relationship
This article addresses best practices for discharging an employee in order to decrease the risk of potential exposure to a lawsuit and to maximize an employer's ability
Canada
22 Aug 2019
10
Les courriels professionnels d'un salarié peuvent-ils servir à diffuser un message de nature syndicale dans le cadre de négociations?
Le 4 juillet 2019, la Cour d'appel, dans l'affaire Association professionnelle des ingénieurs du Gouvernement du Québec c. Procureure générale du Québec[1]
Canada
22 Aug 2019
11
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
12
Petit rappel du Tribunal administratif du travail : le licenciement « légitime » vs le congédiement déguisé
Cette affaire concerne une employée devant revenir au travail suite à un congé de maternité.
Canada
1 Aug 2019
13
Le droit à la déconnexion est-il mort dans l'œuf?
Le droit à la déconnexion fait couler beaucoup d'encre au Québec.
Canada
31 Jul 2019
14
Avoiding Independent Contractor Liability In M&A
As a result, independent contractors are not afforded employment law protections.
Canada
18 Jul 2019
15
Sticks And Stones May Break My Bones, But Words Can Sometimes Hurt You: Damages For Defamation May Attach To Termination Communications
In Booton v Synergy Plumbing and Heating Ltd., 2019 BCSC 276, an employee successfully sued his former employer for wrongful dismissal as well as defamation in relation to statements made by the employer regarding the reasons for his termination.
Canada
14 Jun 2019
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Changes To British Columbia's Workplace Legislation
This week, the Honourable Harry Bains, B.C.'s Minister of Labour, submitted bills to the legislature to amend the province's three major workplace-related statutes that fall under the Ministry of Labour's jurisdiction:
Canada
9 May 2019
18
Modern Slavery: Canada Moves Closer To Supply Chain Legislation
More draft legislation is set to be tabled in Parliament imposing obligations on Canadian companies' supply chains.
Canada
17 Apr 2019
19
Le projet de règlement sur les agences de placement de personnel est publié
En avril 2018, nous vous informions que le projet de loi 176 modifiant la LNT (en vigueur depuis le 12 juin 2018) allait avoir des conséquences pour les agences de placement.
Canada
12 Apr 2019
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Thinly Veiled – Will Incorporating Protect You From Personal Liability?
This issue has been the subject of law school and judicial debate for some time.
Canada
4 Apr 2019
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