The wording in other sections of an employment agreement or hiring letter can invalidate a termination clause that is otherwise valid.Read More...
The Ontario government has been pretty busy, working on quite a few new laws and regulations that will affect employers across the province.
Recent decisions consider whether an employee’s notice period should be extended due to the impact of COVID-19 on seeking new employment.
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice finds another termination clause unenforceable and invalid as it violates the Canada Labour Code.
The employer moved for a permanent injunction restraining an employee from committing alleged breaches of non-competition and non-solicitation.
The Ontario Divisional Court clarified an employers’ duty to accommodate employees where there is frustration of contract.
Due to a significant decision recently released by the Ontario Court of Appeal, your employment agreements will likely need to be re-drafted.