Employers do not usually draft employment contracts with the future in mind. However, in a recent decision, the Ontario Superior […]Read More →
Employers Beware: Your severability clause may not save your enforceable “without cause” termination provision
On June 17, 2020, the Ontario Court of Appeal made a significant ruling in the decision of Waksdale v Swegon […]Read More →
As part of the overhaul of Ontario’s labour and employment legislation, effective January 1, 2018, employees are now entitled to a new job-protected leave of absence – sexual or domestic violence leave. This statutory leave of absence is part of the government’s effort to end gender-based violence as it requiresRead More →
Over the past 15 years under a majority liberal government, workplaces in Ontario saw many employment and labour law reforms. Most recently, the liberal government introduced Bill 148 which made significant changes to the Employment Standards Act, 2000 and the Labour Relations Act, 1995, among others.
When Ontario went to theRead More →