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Can My Employer Dismiss Me Due To My Unseen Disability?
Employers should investigate further before immediately dismissing employees for violating workplace drug and alcohol policies. An employee's diagnosis of substance dependence
Canada
12 Sep 2019
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Bill 66: Changes To The Employment Standards And Labour Relations Acts
Bill 66, which received royal assent on April 3rd, 2019, changes the Employment Standards Act, 2000 (ESA) and the Labour Relations Act (LRA).
Canada
7 Jun 2019
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HR/Employment Seminar March 27, 2019 - Larry Keown (Video)
Devry Smith Frank LLP Toronto Lawyer, Larry Keown discusses the topic of post-termination bonuses with reference to Singer v. Nordstrong Equipment Limited.
Canada
24 May 2019
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HR/Employment Seminar March 27, 2019 - Nicholas Reinkeluers (Video)
Devry Smith Frank LLP Toronto Lawyer, Nicholas Reinkeluers discusses the amendments to the employment standards act, 2000 - From Bill 148 - Bill 47
Canada
24 May 2019
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HR/Employment Seminar March 27, 2019 - Michelle Cook (Video)
Devry Smith Frank LLP Toronto Student-at-Law, Michelle Cook discusses the update on termination for cause provisions with reference to Khashaba v. Procom Consultants Group
Canada
24 May 2019
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HR/Employment Seminar March 27, 2019 - Marty Rabinovitch (Video)
Devry Smith Frank LLP Toronto Lawyer, Marty Rabinovitch discusses the latest on Termination Clauses with reference t Amberber v. IBM Canada
Canada
24 May 2019
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The Baby Boom Shift: The Impact Of An Aging Workforce, The Projected Big Business Transfers And The Millennial Changeover
The baby-boomer generation (those born between 1946 and 1964) are a significant share of the Canadian population and while many within this category are opting to continue working well after their retirement years...
Canada
21 Dec 2018
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New Workplace Standards Bill Is Now Law
Bill 148, Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, 2017, has passed its third and final reading with the Ontario Legislature and will very soon become law.
Canada
1 Dec 2017
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ESPN Suspends Host Jemele Hill After Social Media Policy Violation
After her second violation of the ESPN Network's social media guidelines, host Jemele Hill has been suspended.
Canada
18 Oct 2017
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Colleges And Faculty To Continue Contract Discussion To Avoid Strike
In a previous blog post we discuss the call for a strike that Ontario's colleges faculty members will vote for in the fall...
Canada
17 Oct 2017
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Toronto Zoo Strike Costs Toronto $4 Million
Last spring, the Toronto Zoo saw a strike over wages for its workers, which caused the Zoo to remain closed for 5 weeks while an agreement was reached.
Canada
12 Oct 2017
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Update: 700 Employees At Pearson International Airport Go On Strike
Employees have gone on strike at Toronto's Pearson International Airport. The 700 employees represented by the Teamsters union went on strike on Thursday night, after rejecting an offer from their employer, Swissport.
Canada
23 Aug 2017
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Ontario's Colleges Call For Strike
According to the Toronto Star, the Ontario government has offered faculty members at the province's colleges a 7.5% wage hike. However, the Ontario Public Service Employees Union ("OPSEU")...
Canada
18 Aug 2017
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Update: Proposed Sick Notes Ban
During the government's announcement outlining the proposed changes to Ontario's labour law, which was part of the Changing Workplaces Review, doctors' notes was the least of everyone's concern...
Canada
4 Jul 2017
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Is A $15 Minimum Wage, More Unionization And A Minimum 3 Week Vacation On The Horizon?
The Ontario Liberal government has just concluded its comprehensive review of the Ontario Employment Standards Act and Ontario Labour Relations Act, the two pieces of legislation that set out minimum standards in the workplace
Canada
23 May 2017
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Employers: A Shining Example Of How Not To Treat Your Employees
Unfortunately, reasonable accommodation for employees in the workplace continues to be the source of significant litigation and even today we continue to see outrageous examples of employers behaving badly.
Canada
4 Nov 2016
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