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Employers are increasingly aware of their obligations to investigate workplace sexual harassment and provide a workplace free of workplace sexual h...
With smaller broader public sector employers like daycares and women’s shelters already facing declining government funding, a recent Court d...
Once in a while I speak with a new client about their employment law obligations, and they inform me that they don’t have any employees. ...
Today’s workplace has an interesting dynamic when it comes to technology and employees: while employees generally want access to all the tech...
Employers are well aware of the duty to accommodate under the Ontario Human Rights Code (“OHRC”), and any employer who has been involve...
Canadian employers are increasingly required to balance their duty to maintain a safe working environment with the duty to accommodate the use of m...
Last June CCP blogged about the risks employers face when they bring suspect counter-claims and make allegations of just cause that they can’...
The Ontario government has passed Bill 66, known as Restoring Ontario’s Competitiveness Act, 2019. It is an omnibus bill making amendme...
As you know, the Provincial Government has the authority to publish convictions under the Provincial Offences Act, including those for violations o...
Back in 2017, we blogged about Merrifield v. the Attorney General (“Merrifield”), a decision where the Superior Court of Justice recogn...
The Ontario Divisional Court has upheld the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal decision of Carter v. Chrysler Canada Inc. which found that an employer w...
CCP has blogged on numerous cases in the last few years where judges have struck down termination clauses in employment agreements for failing to m...
The WSIB has established an operational policy setting out guidelines for entitlement to, review of, and payment for medical cannabis under the Wor...
Ontario’s construction industry has a two-month “open period” every three years, where trade unions will attempt to raid each oth...
As many employers know, the accommodation process is far from simple. Then, when you put the duty to accommodate in the context of discipli...
As many of our regular readers likely know, section 64 the Employment Standards Act, 2000 (“ESA”) provides that employees with five (5)...
Businesses regularly experience ups and downs. In some cases the good and bad cycles can be predictable and in some cases a downturn is unexpected....
In the latest of a number of really disturbing and head-scratching arbitral decisions involving the theft of narcotic drugs by drug addicted heal...
Back in 2017, CCPartners blogged about a Summary Appeal decision in which a sentence of a $500,000 corporate fine and jail sentences for the two di...
You may be aware of some of the worldwide challenges faced by Uber as an employer; in fact I wrote in this space last year about a specific ruling ...
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