Workplace Discriminatory Comment
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March 12, 2019

Ontario employers have a duty to accommodate employees with respect to any protected ground under human rights legislation. This includes religion.

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Frustrated Woman

Bill 57: New Law Puts the Brakes on the Pay Transparency Act Designed to Narrow Ontario’s Gender Pay Gap

February 19, 2019

Despite pay equity and anti-discrimination laws, female workers in Ontario continue to earn less than their male peers. In an attempt to address the o Read More...

Frustrated Employee

Only Hiring Employees Eligible to Work in Canada on a Permanent Basis is Discrimination on the Basis of Citizenship?

February 6, 2019

In a landmark decision Haseeb v. Imperial Oil, the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario recently held that an employer’s hiring policy, which required a Read More...

Termination for Cause

When Should an Employment Contract be Signed to Ensure its Enforceability?

January 22, 2019

In Wood v. Fred Deeley Imports Ltd. the employee signed an employment agreement the day after she commenced work.