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No Double Dipping: Employees Receiving Disability Benefits During A Notice Period Cannot Receive Compensation For Lost Wages
Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta affirms that employees receiving disability payments during the reasonable notice period cannot also receive payment for lost wages
Canada
2 Sep 2019
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Pas de double indemnisation : les employés qui reçoivent des prestations d'invalidité pendant la période de préavis ne peuvent recevoir une indemnité pour perte salariale
La Cour du banc de la Reine de l'Alberta affirme que les employés qui reçoivent des prestations d'invalidité pendant un délai de préavis raisonnable ne peuvent recevoir également une indemnité
Canada
2 Sep 2019
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le processus de vérification des dossiers de police de l'Ontario a subi un remaniement important
La plupart des organisations ne sont pas tenues de procéder à la vérification des dossiers de police lorsqu'elles sélectionnent des candidats
Canada
28 Aug 2019
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Ontario Court of Appeal Says No Tort Of Harassment
In February 2017, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in Merrifield v. Canada (Attorney General) recognized a standalone tort of harassment, opening new doors for lawsuits from aggrieved employees.
Canada
22 Apr 2019
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La Cour d'appel de l'Ontario ne reconnaît pas le délit civil de harcèlement
En février 2017, la Cour supérieure de justice de l'Ontario, dans l'affaire Merrifield v. Canada (Attorney General) a reconnu un délit civil indépendant de harcèlement,
Canada
16 Apr 2019
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CONFÉRENCE : Plaintes De Harcèlement Et #MoiAussi
Dans cette troisième et dernière partie de notre bilan de l'année 2018 en droit de l'emploi et du travail, Nancy Ramalho de Stikeman Elliott décrit les répercussions du mouvement #MoiAussi
Canada
27 Nov 2018
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BALADO - L'incidence du mouvement #MeToo sur les employeurs canadiens (en anglais)
Stephanie Weschler, associée du groupe Emploi et travail, parle du mouvement #MeToo (#MoiAussi), de son incidence sur les milieux de travail au Canada et de ses répercussions sur les employeurs au pays.
Canada
16 Nov 2018
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PODCAST - The #MeToo Movement: What It Means For Canadian Employers
There is a correlation between the number of complaints being filed and women's views of harassment in the workplace.
Canada
13 Sep 2018
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Amendments To Quebec's Act Respecting Labour Standards: Employers, Please Fasten Your Seat Belts, This May Be A Bumpy Ride
When so doing, employers must remain mindful of Bill 176, which has received royal assent and which amends the Act Respecting Labour Standards.
Canada
4 Sep 2018
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La réflexion conceptuelle appliquée à l'avancement des femmes – Parrainage (partie 2)
Comme Shanin Lott l'a indiqué, nous allons tenter d'utiliser la réflexion conceptuelle pour mettre des idées nouvelles au service de l'avancement des femmes dans la profession juridique.
Canada
21 Aug 2018
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Design Thinking Applied To The Advancement Of Women – Sponsorship (Part 2)
As Shanin Lott described, we challenged ourselves to use design thinking as a way to bring fresh ideas to the goal of advancing women in the legal profession.
Canada
21 Aug 2018
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Do You Have Bill 148 Under Control? Don't Lose Sight of These Key Provisions
In particular, amendments to equal pay for equal work provisions and scheduling requirements will continue to shift the retail experience.
Canada
19 Jul 2018
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Do You Have Bill 148 Under Control? Don't Lose Sight Of These Key Provisions
By now, employers are largely familiar with Ontario's Bill 148 and how it has affected employment relations generally by raising the minimum wage, increasing vacation pay and otherwise amending the Employment Standards Act, 2000.
Canada
13 Jul 2018
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Law Allowing For Benefits Termination At Age 65 Found Unconstitutional
In Talos v. Grand Erie District School Board, 2018 HRTO 680 ("Talos"), the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal (the "Tribunal"), ruled Section 25(2.1) of the Human Rights Code (the "Code") breached...
Canada
13 Jul 2018
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Pay Transparency: A Fresh Attempt At Pay Equality?
The Ontario Government has become the first provincial government in Canada to pass pay transparency legislation.
Canada
4 May 2018
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Weed In The Workplace, A Primer For Employer Action
Medically authorized marijuana is currently legal in Canada and in 2018, it is expected that recreational marijuana will become legal as well.
Canada
24 Jan 2018
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Êtes-vous prêts à présenter votre rapport d'observation de la LAPHO?
Le rapport d'observation de la Loi de 2005 sur l'accessibilité pour les personnes handicapées de l'Ontario doit être présenté le 31 décembre 2017.
Canada
20 Nov 2017
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Are You Ready To Submit Your AODA Compliance Report?
The Employment Standard is designed to assist employers make their workplaces more accessible to prospective, new and current employees with disabilities.
Canada
20 Nov 2017
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New Bill Proposes New Grounds Of Discrimination
Bill 164, which was carried on its first reading, proposes four new grounds of discrimination under the Code.
Canada
26 Oct 2017
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No Free Accidents For Drug Users In The Workplace
The employer, Elk Valley Coal Corporation, operated an open pit coal mine near Hinton, Alberta.
Canada
20 Jun 2017
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