An overview about what both employees and employers need to know about terminations in Ontario, especially during these unprecedented times that we are in.Read More...
Covid-19 is forcing many Ontario businesses to consider work-from-home strategies, quarantine, paid and unpaid time off for employees and closures.
The Program’s intended purpose is to promote health and safety in the workplace and to help reduce work-related injuries and illness.
A wrongfully dismissed employee failed to mitigate his damages when he refused a recall to employment from temporary layoff.
An employer is responsible for ensuring the safety of their workers and must take every precaution reasonable for the protection of a worker.
Employers should be considering what their next steps should be in the event of a more widespread coronavirus outbreak here at home.
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice awarded a former employee $170,117.84 in damages for unjust dismissal in Headley v. City of Toronto.
This controversial legislation affecting bargaining rights, compensation and benefits for Ontario public service and public sector workers is now law.