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If the Ministry of Labour gives you an Order, you had better comply. That’s the message employers should be taking from the example of Steven...
Accommodating an employee with medical limitations can be a difficult proposition for employers. On one hand, an employer has a legal obligat...
It should be plain and obvious that an employer has the right to manage its business as it sees fit. That includes managing its employees as it se...
On June 20, 2012 the Ontario Court of Justice rendered a decision that now defines what constitutes an offence under section 78.1 of Ontario’...
Ontario’s Courts are the current setting for a series of historic events in relation to regulatory and criminal charges stemming from one o...
Employers have long grappled with the issue of how to properly discipline a long-service employee for an apparently isolated, but severe, incident ...
The ever-changing legal landscape in Ontario changed again in January when the Court of Appeal rendered its decision in the civil case of Jones v. ...
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