Emergency protections introduced in June through Ontario Regulation 228/20 were to expire in September but have now been extended until January 2, 2021.Read More...
Minken Employment Lawyers was proud to be a sponsor of the Richmond Hill Board of Trade’s 40th Annual Golf Day.
The Superior Court and Court of Appeal considered the wrongful dismissal claim of a contractor who later became an employee.
The Ontario government enacted temporary changes to the Employment Standards Act, 2000 to assist employers and employees alike during the COVID-19 cri Read More...
Employers may provide less compensation to an employee who works reduced hours due to a disability, without violating the Ontario Human Rights Code.
Many families successfully juggle both parenting and a career, but this year may be more challenging than most after the COVID-19 pandemic shut down.
The court confirmed an employer’s duty to accommodate ends when the employee is no longer able to fulfil the basic obligations of their employment.
How do you enforce a professional, yet weather appropriate dress code in the office? And what do you need to know about your employees’ rights?