How Not to Terminate an Employee
As illustrated in the recent British Columbia Supreme Court decision Chu v China Southern Airlines Company Limited, 2023 BCSC 21, efforts to unfairly deprive employees
2023 Employment Law Must-Know Trends
2022 brought with it many ongoing changes in employment law. Understanding these changes will help businesses navigate the upcoming 2023 year. In this post we
Addressing ‘Quiet Firing’ in The Workplace
The newly emerged concept of quiet quitting has gone viral on social media. For the purpose of this blog, ‘quiet quitting’ occurs when an employee
Lessons Learned from Lisa LaFlamme Termination
The recent and abrupt termination of News Anchor Lisa LaFlamme from CTV News has garnered significant media attention, largely for the manner in which her
Preparing for the End of the Infectious Disease Emergency Leave
What is the Infectious Disease Emergency Leave (IDEL)? In response to COVID-19, the Ontario government introduced the Infectious Disease Emergency Leave (IDEL) under the Ontario
Employment Standards Act Entitlements Even After Summary Dismissal
In the recent Ontario Court of Appeal decision in Render v. ThyssenKrupp Elevator (Canada) Limited, 2022 ONCA 310, the Court confirmed that there are effectively
Employee Termination Checklist
Download this checklist for key considerations to review prior to terminating an employee that can help avoid common legal pitfalls employers face when handling employee terminations.
Bill 27 Guide
Download this guide to help ensure you have all the necessary workplace policies and procedures in place to be compliant with Bill 27.
Return to the Workplace Guide
Our team of Employment Law & HR experts have put together a comprehensive guide to help you plan for a successful return to the workplace.
Top 10 Considerations for Terminations During COVID-19
The pandemic has created incredible economic difficulty for many businesses, with some employers looking to reduce their workforce to stay afloat. However, before making any decisions, download our guide for key considerations for terminations during COVID-19.
Performance Improvement Plan
A performance improvement plan is a useful tool designed to help improve an employee’s performance by outlining specific performance issues and planning attainable goals for improvement
Bill 148, Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, 2017
Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety
Canadian Human Rights Commission
Guide to the Employment Standards Act
Guide to the Occupational Health & Safety Act
Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario