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In 2016 it cost $35.00 to park at a luxurious Toronto hotel for an “evening function” and $53.00 for overnight parking. So when I...
As employers continue to grapple with managing the risk of COVID-19 in the workplace, it is unsurprising that we are beginning to see arbitrators w...
A labour arbitrator has found that a White employee’s use of anti-Black racial slurs gave the employer just cause to terminate employment, an...
In a recent Ontario arbitration decision, Arbitrator Jesin considered the reasonableness of Algoma Steel’s policy to require all employees wh...
As many employers know, just cause is a difficult standard to meet, regardless of the jurisdiction under which you fall, or the forum in which the ...
In workplaces governed by a Collective Agreement, the Agreement reigns supreme. Any and all terms and conditions of employment are either dir...
Last week we blogged about the extraordinary decision of the Ontario Superior Court to grant an injunction to the Ontario Nurses’ Association...
It would appear that extraordinary times lead to extraordinary court decisions. On April 23, 2020 Justice Morgan of the Ontario Superio...
The “Gig Economy”: this is the name that has been given to the current state of the world of work in North America, if not most of the ...
Employment relationships can be difficult to manage on their own, but often become more complicated where they engage the interests of third partie...
I for one would have thought it would be pretty obvious, but it actually took the matter going all the way to the Alberta Court of Appeal to quash ...
In June 2019 the Employers’ Edge Blog examined Ontario Bill 124, the Protecting a Sustainable Public Sector for Future Generations Act, 2019 ...
The Ontario Government is currently on its summer recess, but just before taking the summer break Bill 124 was introduced on June 5, 2019. If Bill ...
In the latest of a number of really disturbing and head-scratching arbitral decisions involving the theft of narcotic drugs by drug addicted heal...
2018 was a tumultuous year for employers with significant changes to workplace legislation both provincially and federally, the legalization of rec...
A decision from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice confirmed a long-standing legal principle that is at the foundation of labour law: the courts...
In our blog immediately following the Ford government’s announcement of the Making Ontario Open for Business Act we outlined the notable prop...
The Ford government’s newly proposed Making Ontario Open for Business Act would repeal a substantial number of amendments made by Bill...
The Court of Appeal of Newfoundland and Labrador recently denied an employer’s appeal from a grievance arbitration decision holding that it w...
A recent labour arbitration decision has determined that the three paid floater days provided in a collective agreement did not constitute a greate...
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