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People + Culture Strategies
When the employee accepted another role at another club as well, this conflict of interest warranted summary dismissal.
Link to article outlining the danger in assuming that employer obligations around unfair dismissal have changed due to COVID.
People + Culture Strategies
The employee's repeated failure to attend an independent medical examination (IME) was a proper basis for termination.
People + Culture Strategies
A failure to consider JobKeeper was a relevant factor in finding that a retrenched employee had been unfairly dismissed.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Considering making redundancies? You must engage in a thorough and considered consultation process with impacted employees!
JobKeeper 2.0 updated – partial stand down powers, flexible work agreements & things to be aware of.
HHG Legal Group
Discussion about importance of ensuring proper processes are followed when terminating employment of any employee.
Littler - Canada
A recent Ontario Superior Court decision, Kerner v. Information Builders (Canada) Inc., 2020 ONSC 2975, clarified whether an employee was entitled to commissions that were "booked and billed"
Field LLP
When a business is sold, it is common that its employees will continue working for the purchaser after the sale. If the purchaser later decides to terminate their employment, complex issues around...
McCague Borlack LLP
When it comes to claims for wrongful dismissal, without cause termination provisions have received almost all of the attention in recent years.
Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
Le 3 septembre dernier, le gouvernement de l'Ontario a annoncé la prolongation de la période de la COVID 19 jusqu'au 2 janvier 2021 .
Filion Wakely Thorup Angeletti LLP
In Rutledge v Canaan Construction Inc., the Ontario Superior Court of Justice determined that even if an employee is exempt from certain minimum standards under the Employment Standards Act, 2000...
McMillan LLP
The Ontario government has updated its regulations under the Employment Standards Act, 2000 ("ESA")
Blaney McMurtry LLP
Please find below our summaries of the civil decisions released by the Court of Appeal for Ontario during the week of August 24 to 28, 2020. There was a plethora of decisions released.
Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
Le projet de loi 195 met fin à la situation d'urgence déclarée en Ontario, ce qui a un impact considérable sur les congés spéciaux, les mises à pied temporaires et les congédiements implicites en vertu de la Loi de 2000 sur les normes d'emploi
lus Laboris
The Danish Supreme Court found that an employer had met the reverse burden of proof in a case involving a physiotherapist who was dismissed shortly after returning from maternity leave.
lus Laboris
Employers generally have no control over their employees' compliance with health measures outside of work. Does this hold true during the ongoing pandemic?
lus Laboris
Two and a half years since the introduction of the Maternity Protection Act, employers and legal practitioners still face unresolved issues.
lus Laboris
Where an employee is dismissed on suspicion of criminal conduct, what are the pros and cons of also reporting your suspicions to the law enforcement authorities? This article provides an assessment
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