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It's Not What You Asked, It's How You Asked It: Employer Pays The Price For Asking Human Rights-Based Questions Of Job Applicant
A recent decision of Ontario's Human Rights Tribunal may have some employers rethinking how they frame questions to job applicants.
Canada
16 Oct 2019
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Alberta Doing Away With Flexible Averaging Agreements
Effective September 1, 2019, the latest amendments to Alberta's Employment Standards Code (the legislation that prescribes minimum standards of employment in provincially-regulated workplaces) and its Regulation will...
Canada
23 Aug 2019
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Ontario Court Of Appeal: Employment Standards Act, 2000 Does Not Apply To Shareholder Rights
Ontario's Court of Appeal has issued an important decision – in Mikelsteins v. Morrison Hershfield Limited – that draws a clear distinction between employment rights and shareholder rights.
Canada
5 Aug 2019
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Employees' Duty To Mitigate: Comparable Employment Does Not Mean Any Employment
The Ontario Court of Appeal has confirmed in a recent decision that an employee's duty to mitigate following a without cause termination does not require the employee
Canada
30 Jul 2019
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Alberta Bill 2: More Changes to Employment & Labour Laws on the Horizon
On May 27, 2019, Alberta's newly elected United Conservative Party introduced the Open for Business Act ("Bill 2").
Canada
15 Jul 2019
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Ontario Passes Amendments To The Labour Relations Act, 1995 And Employment Standards Act, 2000
The Government of Ontario has passed another piece of legislation that substantially amends the province's employment and labour relations legislation.
Canada
12 Jul 2019
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BC Employers Take Note: Changes To BC Labour Relations Code Are Now In Force
The BC government is moving ahead with long-anticipated amendments to the BC Labour Relations Code (the "Code").
Canada
11 Jul 2019
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Significant Changes To British Columbia Employment Standards Act Are Now In Force
Significant amendments to the BC Employment Standards Act (the "ESA") are now in force as a result of the Employment Standards Amendment Act, 2019 receiving Royal Assent on May 30, 2019.
Canada
10 Jul 2019
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Ontario Proceeding With Further Substantial Amendments To Workplace Legislation
On the heels of Bill 47, the Making Ontario Open for Business Act, through which the Ontario government undid many of the changes to the Employment Standards Act, 2000 and Labour Relations Act, 1995 ...
Canada
17 Dec 2018
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2018: Year Of The Employer? Two (More) Helpful Decisions On Termination Clauses
Two recent Ontario cases have continued a recent trend of employer-friendly decisions regarding the enforceability of termination clauses.
Canada
6 Dec 2018
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What's Old Is New Again In Ontario Workplaces As Bill 47 Receives Royal Assent
The province has made a handful of fairly minor amendments to the Bill since it was first introduced.
Canada
5 Dec 2018
14
Changes Coming In 2019 For BC Employers To Labour Relations Code And Employment Standards Act
Presently under the Code there is a 10 day time period for holding the vote.
Canada
5 Dec 2018
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Government Of Canada Proposes Substantial Changes To Federal Employment Standards
The federal government is proposing significant changes to the Canada Labour Code ("Code"), the employment standards legislation affecting federally regulated employers.
Canada
7 Nov 2018
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Ontario Proposes Major Changes To The Employment Standards Act, 2000
On October 23, 2018, the Government of Ontario has put forward legislation, titled the Making Ontario Open for Business Act, 2018 (Bill 47), through which it intends to repeal several of the major changes ...
Canada
31 Oct 2018
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Ontario To Make Major Changes To Employment And Labour Standards Through The Making Ontario Open For Business Act
•Employers will no longer be required to pay part-time, agency staff, and full-time employees at the same rate for the same work.
Canada
26 Oct 2018
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If Employees Are Impaired By Cannabis At Work, Can We Terminate Them?
The short answer is: it depends. On the face of it, an employee who is impaired at work has likely violated their employment contract in some fashion (for example, a requirement to be fit to perform their job duties).
Canada
18 Oct 2018
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