Responding to Workplace Bullying and Harassment
Ontario employers have a legal duty to provide employees with a safe workplace, free from bullying and har...
A new year tends to bring new employment laws. This year, 2023, is no different. Therefore, the purpose of this blog is to explore some of the new employme...
It can be easy to forget that an employment law relationship is also a legal relationship. It is common for both employers and employees to run into employ...
Canadian workers are protected from discrimination during the entire hiring process. Though employers should use the recruitment stage to determine the bes...
What are employees’ statutory holiday leave rights?
Statutory holidays are great days to spend extra time with family. However, the rights to statutory ...
During the COVID-19 pandemic, many businesses required their employees to work from home due to the restrictions put in place by various levels of governme...
Cyber security and cyber attacks may seem like issues that only affect governments and large businesses. After all, there is always a news story about a no...
Everything You Need to Know About Wrongful Dismissal
Employment law protects employees against being fired without just cause. Despite stringent employm...
Common human decency: bad faith in the manner of dismissal
When an employer dismisses an employee, they create an emotional situation, as it is distressin...
Can an employer fire half of its employees?
In early November, news broke that Twitter was firing half of its staff. Meta (Facebook’s parent company...