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On Tuesday, November 30, Ontario passed Bill 27, the Working for Workers Act, 2021 which was first tabled in October and received royal assent on T...
Today, October 25, 2021, the Ontario government is introducing legislation with a goal to better protect, support and attract workers to the provin...
Many are familiar with the general idea that, when it comes to reasonable notice, one month per year of service is the usual starting point. ...
Compensation arrangements can vary drastically from sector to sector and even within businesses. This is particularly the case in sales positions w...
In an earlier blog post, we wrote about an Ontario decision in which the defendant employer’s conduct repudiated what otherwise might have be...
This has been a common theme in recent months for the Employer’s Edge, but once again, an employer’s contractual termination language h...
The warm weather is here and spring cleaning has begun. While most people think of dusting shelves, removing clutter and vacuuming the rug, we here...
A recent Ontario Superior Court decision, acts as a successor to the earlier Yee v Hudson’s Bay Company, 2021 ONSC 387 decision that we wrote...
Back in June of last year we wrote about an Ontario Court of Appeal decision that was, in a word, “troubling”, for employers: Waksdale ...
In Yee v Hudson’s Bay Company, 2021 ONSC 387, an Ontario Court issued a ruling in what may seem like a very standard case of reasonable notic...
The Supreme Court of Canada (“SCC”) released an important decision in Matthews v. Ocean Nutrition Canada Limited, reiterating that empl...
Termination clauses and common law reasonable notice are two aspects of Employment Law that employers continually encounter challenges with masteri...
The Employers' Edge blog has written extensively about the challenges of drafting an enforceable termination provision. This week brings us a parti...
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 employment agreement forms the backbone of any employment relationship; from casual to full-time, seasonal to shift-work, setting out the terms...
On June 26, 2020, the Supreme Court of Canada (the “SCC”) released its much-anticipated decision in Uber Technologies Inc. v Heller. Th...
If you are reading this blog, you are probably well aware of the perils of failing to include an appropriate “without cause” terminatio...
As employers begin to turn their minds to reopening, it is an ideal time to revisit some basics of employment law best practices. A natural place t...
As you may recall from our blog earlier this year, the case of Cormier v. St. Joseph Communications involved a wrongful dismissal case that challen...
CCPartners has blogged on a number of court decisions that address the enforceability of termination clauses, particularly those that seek to limit...
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