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A clear written employment contract can be an invaluable tool for employers looking to ensure that their permanent employees are a good fit within ...
In Ontario the issue of employment status is analyzed by different criteria depending on the particular legislative context: for example, there are...
Many important decisions and legislative changes occurred in 2015. Over the course of the year, CCP blogged these developments – here is a re...
In a case argued by Susan Crawford of CCPartners, Judge S.A.Q. Akhtar upheld the contractual provisions of an employment agreement that prohibited ...
Over the last several years, termination provisions have been set aside by Courts for a number of reasons as employers have been held to exacting s...
In Farwell v Citair Inc. (General Coach Canada) 2014 ONCA 177 the appellant, Citair Inc., argued that the trial judge made an error of mixed f...
Courts across Canada have continuously debated whether professionals can use non-competition agreements to protect their practices, when hiring a j...
One of the most hotly contested issues on termination is whether an employee is entitled to a bonus that would have been payable at a later date. O...
CCPartners has blogged about the benefits of including termination clauses in employment agreements and the common pitfalls associated with draftin...
It is common for employers to prepare written
employment agreements containing termination provisions that seek to limit
employee notice entitlem...
As a result of subsection 64(1) of the Ontario Employment Standards Act, 2000, certain circumstances of a dismissal trigger an obligation on the em...
In the recent decision, Kotecha v. Affinia Canada ULC, the Ontario Court of Appeal provided a useful reminder that trial level decisions are not bi...
A recent decision has ruled that a valid employment contract can be used as a shield against a claim of unjust dismissal pursuant to the Canada Lab...
BlackBerry Limited v. Marineau-Mes is a refreshing case for employers that wish to hold their employees to the terms in their employment agree...
Employers often hire employees pursuant to fixed-term contracts in order to avoid common law reasonable notice obligations and other perceived liab...
Many employers who seek to limit their liability upon termination of an employee introduce termination clauses that strictly limit an employee&rsqu...
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