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Employers Beware: New Compliance And Enforcement Measures Coming To The Canada Labour Code
Bills C-44 and C-86 bring a suite of amendments that confer greater authority on the Canada Industrial Relations Board (the CIRB)
Canada
2 Sep 2019
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Termination And Flawed Performance Management Leads To Aggravated Damages Award
Performance management is always a challenge for employers. Termination for cause on the basis of poor performance is trickier.
Canada
29 Sep 2017
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Quebec Labour Tribunal Rules On Decision To Terminate A High Paid Employee
The Tribunal administratif du travail clarified an employer's burden of proof to demonstrate that an employee was laid off as part of an administrative reorganization...
Canada
15 Sep 2016
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Sale Of Business In Ontario Under The ESA
Historically, it was well established at common law that the sale of a business severed the employment relationship between the business that was being sold and the employee.
Canada
23 Nov 2015
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Obligations Of The Employers In Colombia Regarding Collective Consultation On Redundancy
In Colombia, companies are not obliged to request authorization from the unions to carry out downsizing processes.
Canada
2 Mar 2015
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Collective Consultation On Redundancy – What Obligations Do Employers Have?
In the province of Québec, the concept of "redundancy" shall be understood as terminations of employment or layoffs, all as stated in and within the meaning of section 82 and following of the Act Respecting Labour Standards.
Canada
26 Feb 2015
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Case Note: Class Actions In Session
The proposed plaintiffs alleged that the call centre’s closure was caused by the defendants’ diversion of monies for personal purposes before the closure.
Canada
18 Feb 2015
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Discrimination Found Where Lay-Off Decision Did Not Consider Disability
The Public Service Staffing Tribunal held it was discriminatory to lay off a disabled employee after she was selected by the retention and lay-off process.
Canada
29 Sep 2014
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Employee Rights On Redundancy – Avoiding Discrimination In Organizational Restructuring
When job redundancies arise in an organization, employers need to remain aware of duties under human rights legislation, such as the Ontario Human Rights Code.
Canada
20 Jun 2014
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Mass Terminations In The Post-Merger Context
Although it may not be at the forefront during merger negotiations, the acquiring company should turn its mind to the possibility of mass terminations.
Canada
4 Jun 2014
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How Much Are Hurt Feelings Worth? BC Human Rights Tribunal Sets New Record High
How much are your hurt feelings worth? For the successful complainant in Kelly v. University of British Columbia, 2013 BCHRT 302 [Kelly], the answer to this question was $75,000.
Canada
5 Feb 2014
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