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Bill 146, titled “Stronger Workplaces for a Stronger Economy Act, 2013” was introduced and carried through first reading of the Ontario...
The Employment Standards Act, 2000 (the “Act”) provides a mechanism through which employees may file employment standards complaints wi...
Bill 105, or the Supporting Small Businesses Act, recently passed a second reading after debate in the Ontario Legislature. The purpose of Bil...
Many employers who seek to limit their liability upon termination of an employee introduce termination clauses that strictly limit an employee&rsqu...
The Government of Ontario is spending $3 Million to double the number of inspectors and double the number of businesses inspected to make sure work...
On June 27, 2013 the Supreme Court of Canada refused to grant leave to appeal a decision by the Federal Court of Appeal which held that a couple ca...
On September 25, 2013, Bill-21 passed second reading in the Ontario Legislature. The Bill, known as An Act to amend the Employment Standards ...
When an employer is facing tough financial times they may decide to implement temporary layoffs of some employees until the business can get back o...
In a previous post we advised provincial employers how to navigate return-to-work issues under the Employment Standards Act following maternity/par...
There are two important updates on Occupational Health and Safety for this year: 1) Safety Blitz Schedule ...
As trusted advisors to employers, we are often called upon when a non-union employee is about to be dismissed without cause to give advice on what ...
A recent decision of Arbitrator Randy Levinson found that the Employment Standards Act, 2000 (“ESA”) does not require an employer to pa...
Three New Job-Related Leaves Expected to be Passed in Short Order On March 5, 2013, Bill 21: The Employment Standards Amendment Act (Leaves to Help...
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice recently confirmed that the plain meaning of language in employment contracts will likely be relied on by the...
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