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Extended Leave And Vacation Pay: Is Differentiating Between Classes Of Protected Employees Discriminatory?
Throughout the past years, arbitral case law has been marked by several decisions dealing with allegations of discrimination in contexts of granting or maintaining working conditions with a monetary impact following an extended absence from work.
Canada
11 Jul 2019
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Doing Business In Canada 2019 - Labour & Employment
Employment law in Canada is governed both by statute and, in nine of the ten provinces, by common law.
Canada
3 Jul 2019
3
Doing Business In Canada 2019 - Pension & Employee Benefit Plans
All but one Canadian province subscribe to a federally administered pension plan, the Canada Pension Plan.
Canada
2 Jul 2019
4
Major Changes To The Canada Labour Code On The Horizon
The Federal Government has just made a number of significant announcements regarding employee entitlements under Part III of the Canada Labour Code (the ''Code'')
Canada
25 Jun 2019
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What's In A Release Anyway?
A recent decision from Ontario's Court of Appeal (Swampillai v. Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance Company of Canada, 2019 ONCA 201) confirms a release signed by an employee should only be overturned for unfairness ...
Canada
30 May 2019
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Amendments To The Workers Compensation Act And Update On Amendments To The Employment Standards Act
During second reading, Labour Minister Harry Bains provided additional details around some of the Government's proposed amendments to the Employment Standards Act.
Canada
29 May 2019
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Amending The Broader Public Sector Executive Compensation Act
The BPSECA amendments set out parameters for existing employees and office holders as well.
Canada
29 May 2019
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Proposed Federal Changes For Training Benefits, Pay Equity & More
Nearly four years ago, the Federal Government expressed a commitment to investing in the middle class, and creating "real change" for workers and their families.
Canada
2 May 2019
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Adoption, Parental Leave And Commissioning Parental Leave
An employee, who is a parent of a child, is entitled to at least ten consecutive days parental leave commencing on the day that the employee's child is born; the adoption order is granted, or the child is placed in the care ...
Canada
7 Mar 2019
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Spell It Out: Court Refuses To Enforce Termination Clause Limiting Notice To Statutory Minimums
The employee in this case had worked for the company for about 16 months when she was terminated without cause.
Canada
7 Mar 2019
11
Beyond Bill 148 : More Changes Announced To The Employment Standards Act And The Labour Relations Act
As the Legislative Assembly will not sit again until February 2019, these changes may take some time before they come into effect.
Canada
18 Jan 2019
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New Minimum Wages In South Africa From 3 December 2018: Domestic Workers
Employers of domestic workers must ensure that they pay their domestic workers not less than the prescribed minimum wage.
South Africa
15 Jan 2019
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Terminating Employee Benefits At Age 65 Ruled Unconstitutional
For many years, even since the removal of mandatory retirement in Ontario, it has been permissible to deny benefits, pension, superannuation or group insurance plans or funds to employees over 65 ...
Canada
31 Oct 2018
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A Change In The Winds For Federal Unjust Dismissal And Reprisal Complaints
Recent, important amendments to the Canada Labour Code (the "Code") brought about by Bill C-44 have been overshadowed by the dramatic changes to provincial labour and employment laws earlier this year.
Canada
31 Oct 2018
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Student Working Conditions: Beware Of Disparities!
Many Canadian employers offer jobs to students during the summer. While some might think that hiring these young candidates on a temporary basis makes it possible to meet the higher workload caused by the summer holidays ...
Canada
16 Oct 2018
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Not All Questions Are Good Questions: Avoiding Discriminatory Interview Practices
The Commission ordered that she be granted the position.
Canada
15 Oct 2018
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The Quebec Pay Equity Act: A Barrier To Accessing Pay Equity?
More specifically, under ss. 40 to 43 of the Act, now repealed, employers had a continuous obligation to maintain pay equity and adjust compensation accordingly.
Canada
23 Jul 2018
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Reducing your Workers' Compensation Costs Through Appeals Makes Good Business Sense
The workers' compensation system in Canada is funded entirely through employer premium payments.
Canada
19 Jul 2018
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Changes To WSIA Will Make Client Employers Responsible For Injuries To Temporary Employment Agency Workers
On April 6, 2018, the Bill 18 Amendments to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act (WSIA) came into force, moving the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board one step closer to being able to hold client employers...
Canada
8 Jun 2018
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Canadian Government Makes Changes To Maternity, Parental And Caregiving Benefits And Takes Action Against Harassment And Violence In The Workplace | The HR Space
The federal government's previously announced changes to the Employment Insurance ("EI") program concerning parental, maternity and caregiving benefits will come into effect on December 3, 2017.
Canada
29 Nov 2017
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