Mondaq Canada: Employment and HR
Cassels Brock
Until recently, employers could be reasonably assured that Canadian courts would limit a dismissed employee's entitlements to reasonable notice at common law to a maximum of 24 months.
McMillan LLP
A recent decision of the British Columbia Provincial Court serves as an important reminder of the factors a court will consider when determining whether an individual is a dependent contractor and of the repercussions ...
Stikeman Elliott LLP
Les avocates de Stikeman Elliott Alethea Au et Victoria Hale ont récemment corédigé la contribution canadienne à la rubrique sur l'impartition de Lexology Navigator.
Roper Greyell LLP – Employment and Labour Lawyers
In my opinion, [the concept of family status] cannot be an open-ended concept … for that would have the potential to cause disruption and great mischief in the workplace ….
CCPartners
Businesses regularly experience ups and downs. In some cases the good and bad cycles can be predictable and in some cases a downturn is unexpected.
Roper Greyell LLP – Employment and Labour Lawyers
Imagine one day you were reading the weekend newspaper and discover one or more of your employees is engaged in activities that are not consistent with the good standing of the employer.
Vey Willetts LLP
Tagg Industries v. Rieder serves as a useful reminder of the importance of proving (and communicating to employees) a termination for cause, as well as the high threshold that employers must meet in such circumstances.
Filion Wakely Thorup Angeletti LLP
Filion Wakely Thorup Angeletti are pleased to present you with the most recent employment law updates for January 2019.
Miller Thomson LLP
Welcome to the first A.M. Pension blog post of 2019.
Lawson Lundell LLP
Employers are increasingly concerned about preventing sexual harassment in the workplace – not only to ensure that all workers ...
Burnet, Duckworth & Palmer LLP
As of September 1, 2018, employers in Alberta are subject to strict return to work requirements under the Alberta Workers' Compensation Act (the Act).
Strigberger Brown Armstrong LLP
In what can only be described as a Pyrrhic victory, a recent Ontario Superior Court summary judgment decision highlights the employment risks present in temporary lay-offs during a business downtown.
MacDonald & Associates
He began his career at Strone as a carpenter, and was subsequently promoted to the position of Health & Safety Training Specialist.
Crawley Mackewn Brush LLP
Although assessing the length of reasonable notice of termination is one of the most common issues in employment law, judicial determinations of reasonable notice are often unpredictable.
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
Employers wanting to protect themselves from post-employment competition by senior executives will want to heed the B.C. Supreme Court's decision in Telus Communications Inc. v. Goldberg, 2018 BCSC 1825.
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
On January 1, 2019, some provisions of Bill 1761 amending, in particular, the Act respecting labour standards (the ALS), came into force.
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
In July 2016, the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) launched its Whistleblower Program — the first of its kind in Canada.
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
It can be called many things: working from home, working remotely, telework, telecommuting, etc. But the result is the same — an employee performs their duties outside of the workplace including, in many cases, from their home.
Lawson Lundell LLP
This week, the British Columbia Business Council (the "BCBC") released its latest Collective Bargaining Bulletin containing collective agreement wage settlement data up to the end of November 2018 (the "Bulletin").
Cox & Palmer
In June 2018, we published an article, Recent Changes Affect Parental and Maternity Leave in Atlantic Canada.
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Bennett Jones LLP
On October 23, the Ontario Government introduced Bill 47, Making Ontario Open for Business Act, 2018 ("Bill 47").
Blaney McMurtry LLP
On November 21, 2018, Bill 47, the Making Ontario Open for Business Act, passed third reading and received Royal Assent.
Fogler, Rubinoff LLP
The government has not proposed any legislation at this time, so the details of any reform remain vague.
CCPartners
In March 2016 CCP brought to your attention the Police Record Checks Reform Act. This Act was new legislation designed to standardize the process by which police record checks are requested, conducted and obtained in Ontario.
Gowling WLG
On Nov. 21, 2018, Grand River Personnel, H2R Business Solutions and Gowling WLG, held a complimentary morning seminar to discuss hot topics that HR professionals and business owners,
Littler Mendelson
Employers considering terminating long-term employees in Canada should be aware of two relatively recent decisions. In one case, Dawe, 2018 ONSC 3130,
Littler Mendelson
Canada saw significant developments in labour and employment law in 2018. As we embark on a new year, we will undoubtedly see the landscape in this ever-changing area of law continue to evolve.
Torkin Manes LLP
Canada has always been a great place for non-Canadians to do business. Moreover, during the last twenty years, it has stood out among the world's nations as one of the most stable business environments, ...
Alexander Holburn Beaudin + Lang LLP
Following the recent legalization of recreational cannabis in Canada, now is a good time for Canadian employers to review their workplace policies to ensure ...
Lawson Lundell LLP
Brianne Duke filed a BC Human Rights Tribunal complaint, 2018 BCHRT 283, that when shopping at a grocery store operated by Sobey's in Burnaby, she was approached by an employee who told her inappropriate jokes...
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