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“We’re Getting Rid of Bill 148”, says Premier Ford

By , October 3, 2018 10:34 am

After two years of public consultations, the Liberal government introduced many changes to the Employment Standards Act in November 2017 but delayed implementing several of these changes until 2019. The changes were contained in Bill 148. During the election campaign, Premier Ford said he would stop the $ 1 an hour increase in the minimum Continue Reading…

By , September 25, 2018 3:30 pm

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Do you only hire workers who can work in Canada on a permanent basis?

By , September 25, 2018 9:56 am

Imperial Oil Limited recently found out the hard way that imposing a Canadian citizen requirement as a job qualification can be a costly mistake. This case shows that the cost to respond to a human rights application filed by an unsuccessful job applicant can be significant even if a job applicant lies on his application Continue Reading…

Does an Unpaid Suspension Constitute a Constructive Dismissal? Sometimes

By , September 11, 2018 10:06 am

Employers are increasingly suspending employees when allegations of misconduct are made against an employee. This includes allegations of sexual or workplace harassment and allegations of financial improprieties. If such a suspension constitutes a wrongful dismissal then these suspensions can expose employers to significant legal liability. General Rule According to Ontario’s Court of Appeal, an unpaid Continue Reading…

The MacLeod Law Firm’s 2018 Employment Law Seminar: A ½-Day of Ford, Cannabis & Human Rights

By , August 28, 2018 9:52 am

Subscribers to this blog receive a brief description of a new employment law development every two weeks. Some topics however deserve more than a cursory discussion. We have selected three such topics to cover in a ½ day seminar on October 23rd in Toronto and on October 24th in Barrie. Here is a brief summary Continue Reading…

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