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Non-Disparagement Clauses: Quebec's Superior Court Rules That The Employer's Reputation Prevails
On October 9, 2018, the Superior Court of Quebec rendered its decision in a case involving an employer and its President in a claim against a former employee in connection with negative comments published anonymously....
Canada
17 Dec 2018
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Pas d'accident sans conséquences pour les consommateurs de drogues en milieu de travail
Le 15 juin 2017, la Cour suprême du Canada a rendu la décision Stewart c Elk Valley Coal Corp., facilitant ainsi le congédiement par les employeurs des consommateurs de drogues ayant violé...
Canada
21 Jun 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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The Saga Continues: The Ontario Court Of Appeal Strikes Down A Termination Provision In Wood v. Fred Deeley Imports Ltd.
In recent years, there have been a number of cases where contractual termination provisions that attempt to limit an employee's entitlements upon termination have been found to be unenforceable...
Canada
15 Mar 2017
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Les entreprises fédérales qui effectuent des travaux de construction ne sont pas assujetties à la Loi sur la santé et de la sécurité du travail provinciale
Ces avis de correction sont contestés par la Corporation qui soutient notamment qu'en tant qu'entreprise fédérale, la LSST ne lui est pas constitutionnellement applicable.
Canada
27 Feb 2017
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Federal Undertakings Involved In Construction Projects Are Not Subject To A Provincial Occupational Health And Safety Legislation
Following this decision, the CNESST, filed a motion for judicial review with the Superior Court of the Province of Quebec.
Canada
27 Feb 2017
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Ten Simple Words Keep The Termination Clause Debate Alive: SCC Denies Leave To Appeal In Oudin v. Centre Francophone De Toronto
Readers of our blog will recall that termination provisions have, in recent years, come under technical scrutiny by the courts.
Canada
27 Feb 2017
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You Get What You Bargain For: Alberta Court Of Appeal Returns Certainty To Employers In Respect Of Discretionary Incentive Plans
Under the terms of the LTIP, once accepted by an employee, a grant would be invested for the employee's benefit before vesting four years later.
Canada
18 Jan 2017
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Supreme Court Restores Norm: No Termination Without Cause Under Canada Labour Code
The Supreme Court restored the initial decision by the adjudicator assigned to the complaint, overturning the decision by the Federal Court of Appeal on judicial review.
Canada
26 Jul 2016
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Getting Into A Fix - Court Of Appeal Awards 37 Months Of Compensation To Employee On Fixed-Term Contract
Fixed-term employment contracts often seem like a valuable tool for employers.
Canada
20 May 2016
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Le Délai De Congé Avant La Résiliation Du Contrat De Travail : Une Avenue À Double Sens
Le salarié, Jacques Lacombe, est technicien en laboratoire pour les demandeurs, qui opèrent une pharmacie à Shawinigan.
Canada
3 May 2016
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Reasonable Notice Before Terminating An Employment Contract : It's A Two Way Street
The employee, Jacques Lacombe, was a laboratory technician for the plaintiff, operates a pharmacy in Shawinigan.
Canada
3 May 2016
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Ontario Divisional Court's Appealing Approbation Of Probation
The recent decision of the Ontario Divisional Court in Nagribianko v Select Wine Merchants Ltd. reminds employers that probationary periods can give them a real opportunity to determine the suitability of an employee for employment.
Canada
28 Apr 2016
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Arbitrators Retain Discretion To Disclose Personal Information Of Grievors And Witnesses In Awards
The British Columbia Court of Appeal considered whether the Personal Information Protection Act prevents labour arbitrators from disclosing personal information about grievors and witnesses in an arbitration award.
Canada
26 Apr 2016
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The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Employment & Labour 2016 - Canada
The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Employment & Labour 2016 - Canada
Canada
22 Apr 2016
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Mon Employeur Est Plus Grand Que Le Tien : Le Prestige De L'entreprise Et Le Congédiement Déguisé
En 2016, la Cour d'appel du Québec a conclu que, dans le contexte de l'aliénation d'une entreprise, le fait pour un employé de passer à un employeur moins prestigieux ne peut, en soi, constituer un congédiement déguisé.
Canada
11 Apr 2016
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My Employer Is Bigger Than Yours: Of Prestige And Constructive Dismissal
En 2016, la Cour d'appel du Québec a conclu que, dans le contexte de l'aliénation d'une entreprise, le fait pour un employé de passer à un employeur moins prestigieux ne peut, en soi, constituer un congédiement déguisé.
Canada
11 Apr 2016
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Court Of Appeal Upholds Notice Period For Dependent Contractors
In a recent decision, Keenan v. Canac Kitchens Ltd., the Ontario Court of Appeal upheld a lower court decision, confirming that two "dependent contractors" were owed 26 months payment...
Canada
7 Apr 2016
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It's Not You, It's Me: Can An Employee Suddenly Break Up With You?
The recent decision of Gagnon & Associates Inc. et. al. v. Jesso et. al., by the Superior Court of Ontario reminds employers and employees alike that at common law reasonable notice is a two-way street...
Canada
23 Mar 2016
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It's Not You, It's Me: Can An Employee Suddenly Break Up With You?
The recent decision of Gagnon & Associates Inc. et. al. v. Jesso et. al., by the Superior Court of Ontario reminds employers and employees alike that at common law reasonable notice is a two-way street...
Canada
17 Mar 2016
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