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BALADO - La légalisation du cannabis au Canada : Défis en matière d'emploi (en anglais)
Patrick Essiminy, associé du groupe Emploi et travail, parle des défis en matière d'emploi entourant la légalisation imminente du cannabis au Canada.
Canada
16 Nov 2018
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Limiting Bonus Payments On Termination Continues To Be An Uphill Battle
Bonuses and other forms of incentive compensation often form a significant part of employees' compensation, and employees' entitlement to such compensation are highly disputed in the context of wrongful dismissal claims.
Canada
1 Sep 2016
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Is "Bridging" An Employee To Retirement A Relevant Factor In Assessing Reasonable Notice? Court Of Appeal Weighs In
The Ontario Court of Appeal recently released its decision in Matthew Arnone v. Best Theratronics Ltd. (Arnone.
Canada
22 Apr 2015
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Employee Optionholders and Shareholders – Foresight is Key to Maintaining Flexibility for the Future
Companies often use stock option plans to attract, retain and motivate their employees and consultants, as well as to bring their interests into alignment with those of the shareholders. For early-stage companies, a policy of offering options has the additional advantage of conserving cash in the initial years. If such plans are not properly implemented, however, the options, or the shares issued on exercise of the options, may interfere with future financing or other transactions the company ma
Canada
5 Apr 2006
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Unionized Workers Not Entitled to Reasonable Notice Under the Civil Code of Québec
Two much-anticipated decisions confirming that unionized employees who are permanently dismissed for economic reasons are not entitled to receive reasonable notice prior to termination have been rendered.
Canada
28 Feb 2006
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