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Category: Employment Standards

Working Notice: When working more than 9 to 5 makes it hard to find a way to make a living

By , November 19, 2018 10:00 am

Sometimes, rather than receiving a severance package, employees are provided “working notice” that their employment is coming to an end. In other words, your termination date is set to a fixed date in the future and you are expected to work throughout this period. While there is nothing inherently wrong with providing working notice, there Continue Reading…

Reviewing a Severance Package: What to Expect from an Employment Lawyer

By , March 7, 2018 12:26 pm

You have just been terminated. You have been given a week or so to accept a severance package but you don’t know if it is fair. That is where we come in. We Tell You Whether Your Termination Package is Fair We only do employment law and we review 100s of severance packages each year. Continue Reading…

Pregnancy, Parental and Maternity Leave 102 (Federal)

By , March 5, 2018 11:30 am

PREGNANCY, PARENTAL AND MATERNITY LEAVE 102 We often receive calls from expecting parents asking about their rights to benefits and time off work once their child arrives.  This article reviews the rights for employees of federally regulated companies in Canada, like banks and airlines. If you work for a provincially regulated company, see here. An Continue Reading…

Pregnancy, Parental, and Maternity Leave 101 (Provincial)

By , March 5, 2018 11:18 am

Pregnancy, Parental, and Maternity Leave 101 (Provincial) We often receive calls from expecting parents asking about their rights to maternity leave or parental leave and benefits once their child arrives.  This article reviews the rights for employees of provincially regulated companies in Ontario. If you work for a federally regulated company, like a bank or Continue Reading…

Lessons about Termination Clauses

By , February 14, 2018 1:29 pm

As we have written before, termination clauses may have a significant effect on how much money you receive if you are terminated. Many termination clauses attempt to limit the termination and severance pay an employee will receive. Throughout 2017, we saw several decisions from Ontario judges which decided termination clauses were not enforceable. In these cases, Continue Reading…

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