Given the unforeseeable long-term effects of COVID-19 on businesses, some employers may wonder about the ‘frustration’ of an employment contract.
Kyle Burgis, a senior employment lawyer, discusses frustration of contract and how it could come into play during the COVID-19 crisis.
The Court of Appeal released a decision supporting a motion judge’s decision to dismiss a teacher’s claim for constructive dismissal.
The days of clocking out at 5pm are gone. With virtually everyone owning some kind of Smartphone, employers and employees are rarely ever off-duty.
Bill C-14 provides clarity on how the Canadian Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS) will help Canadian businesses survive the impact of COVID-19.
Lay-offs are a common new reality in the workplace during this pandemic - learn the basics and when lay-offs may be considered an appropriate action.
Find out what we have done to prepare for, and are continuing to do, in order to meet the challenges of the current COVID-19 situation.
The Employment Standards Act, 2000 has been amended to include the new Emergency Leave: Declared Emergencies and Infectious Disease Emergencies.