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Fogler, Rubinoff LLP
We see hearts and roses everywhere during the month of February, especially in the weeks leading up to Valentine's Day.
Miller Titerle + Company LLP
Recently, the BC Court of Appeal commented on several foundational issues that arise in wrongful dismissal litigation. Particularly, the following are of interest to employers:
Lawson Lundell LLP
Valentine's Day is almost here. This is not intended to remind you to love your employees and coworkers. You shouldn't "love" them anyways.
Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
Les faits donnant naissance au litige opposant la SÉPAQ et le Syndicat sont simples.
Miller Thomson LLP
As discussed at our last A.M. Pension Webinar in December 2019, following the 2018 decision of the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal in Talos v. Grand Erie District School Board ("Talos"),...
Devry Smith Frank LLP
Any group of eligible workers in Ontario can form a union. If 40% of the membership signs union membership cards, the Ontario Labour Relations Board will hold a vote to determine whether the union
McCarthy Tétrault LLP
The Federal Government has released the long-anticipated Report of the Expert Panel on Modern Federal Labour Standards (the "Expert Panel Report").
Field LLP
In Maude v NOV Enerflow ULC, 2019 AHRC 54, the Human Rights Tribunal of Alberta provided some helpful reminders to employers on the intersection of drug test results and human rights.
Goldman Sloan Nash & Haber LLP
As an addition to your corporate code of conduct, employers should publish guidelines for employees regarding the posting of content on the internet during and after work hours.
Ius Laboris
This article sets out some of the emerging issues in relation to the novel coronavirus outbreak and provides guidance to employers as to how best to respond.
Cassels
The threshold for establishing just cause for dismissal is high. Courts consider a dismissal for just cause to be tantamount to "capital punishment" in employment law.
Littler - Canada
In Teamsters Local Union 847 v Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, 2019 CanLII 95328 (ON LA), a part-time restaurant employee in Ontario,
Littler - Canada
Since January 1, 2018, section 13(4) of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act (WSIA) has provided for entitlement to workers' compensation benefits for chronic and traumatic stress.
CCPartners
I for one would have thought it would be pretty obvious, but it actually took the matter going all the way to the Alberta Court of Appeal...
Pallett Valo LLP
We are delighted to announce that we have expanded and adapted our Employment Law expertise to offer three new services
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
On January 1, 2020, the provisions of the new Regulation respecting personnel placement agencies and recruitment agencies ...
Siskinds LLP
With health experts proclaiming that the Wuhan Novel Coronavirus (i.e., the "Coronavirus") is likely to become a pandemic...
Stikeman Elliott LLP
The debate continues on what constitutes family status discrimination following the Supreme Court of Canada's denial...
Field LLP
One of the first decisions issued by the Alberta Human Rights Tribunal in 2020 offers an important reminder in regards to an employer's duty to accommodate.v
Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
In 2019/2020, the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) made a number of significant changes to the law and regulations governing DIFC employment relationships.
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