Absent exceptional circumstances, common law reasonable notice for terminated employees is generally capped at 24 months, with a handful of cases awarding employees greater amounts.
In the recently released decision in Chartwell Housing Reit (The Westmount, the Wynfield, the Woodhaven and the Waterford) v. Healthcare, Office and Professional Employees Union,
The Ontario Superior Court recently confirmed that employees with non-competition clauses in their employment agreements which pre-date October 25, 2021 are not invalidated by the
As Arbitrators continue to evaluate vaccination policies in unionized workplaces, another recent decision emphasizes that the reasonableness of a vaccination policy is a context-dependent finding.
Many workplaces have introduced mandatory vaccination policies in order to minimize the risk of COVID-19 in the workplace. Such policies often have significant consequences for
Download this guide to help ensure you have all the necessary workplace policies and procedures in place to be compliant with Bill 27.
Our team of Employment Law & HR experts have put together a comprehensive guide to help you plan for a successful return to the workplace.
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.
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