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.
According to the Canadian Mental Health Association about 50% of the population will experience a mental health issue by age 40 and in any given year.
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice held that a constructively dismissed employee was entitled to the compensation he would have received.
Holiday parties can be a great way for employers to show appreciation for a year of hard work, but they can come with some potential liabilities.
The Ontario Superior Court considered if an employee’s failure to return to work after disability benefits were denied amounted to a resignation.