December 11

Pension Grow-In, Toronto Employment Lawyer

Call us for a FREE 30 minute phone consultation at 416-907-9249 or submit a callback request Many employees have accrued pension benefits over their tenure. However, employees may not be aware that if they are terminated prior to their retirement age, their pension policy and certain other factors may afford them a right to pension.

December 1

List of Federally Regulated Companies in Canada, Toronto Employment Lawyer

Call us for a FREE 30 minute phone consultation at 416-907-9249 or submit a callback request Canada is a ‘double jurisdiction’ legal environment. That means that based on our federalist system employees working within the same province can be subject to different laws.  There are some industries which are governed by the Federal law as.

November 24

Updates to the ESA, Toronto Employment Lawyer

Call us for a FREE 30 minute phone consultation at 416-907-9249 or submit a callback request The Ontario Liberal government has tabled a bill based on the ‘Changing Workplaces Review’ report that has passed and will soon become law.  Below we have highlighted some of the general expected updates to the Employment Standards Act, 2000,.

November 17

Does an Employer have an Obligation to give an employee a Reference Letter?, Toronto Employment Lawyer

Call us for a FREE 30 minute phone consultation at 416-907-9249 or submit a callback request The above question is one that many employees ponder when they have been terminated from their employment. Many believe that an employer is obligated to provide an employee with a reference letter. This belief, however, is incorrect. That is.

November 6

Incorrect ROE Warrants Inconvenience Pay, Toronto Employment Lawyer

Call us for a FREE 30 minute phone consultation at 416-907-9249 or submit a callback request The Facts The Plaintiff worked as a Telesales Representative for approximately nine (9) years, from February 2007 until April 1, 2016. Within her role she ran subscription/fundraising campaigns for clients.  For each new campaign the employee would sign a.

October 30

Applications for Wrongful Dismissals a Detriment to the Applicant- Limit Judicial Fact-Finding & Mediation, Toronto Employment Lawyer

Call us for a FREE 30 minute phone consultation at 416-907-9249 or submit a callback request To bring a wrongful dismissal matter before the courts, the employee can do one of two things: start an Action or bring an Application. An Action is the stereotypical lawsuit, in which a party typically seeks money damages and.

October 23

Update on the Legality Surrounding Termination Clauses, Toronto Employment Lawyer

Call us for a FREE 30 minute phone consultation at 416-907-9249 or submit a callback request It is trite law that an employee is entitled to reasonable common law notice upon termination, unless an employment contract legally limits the employee in a termination clause to the Employment Standards Act, 2000 [“ESA”] minimums. Since the highly-anticipated.

October 17

Workplace Investigations – Misconduct, Toronto Employment Lawyer

Call us for a FREE 30 minute phone consultation at 416-907-9249 or submit a callback request The smooth and efficient employee and employer relationship rely on each party carrying out their obligations owed to one another. When an employer or another employee suspect there has been a breach of an employee’s duties, an investigation may.

October 6

Fired and Rehired – Toronto Employment Lawyer

Call us for a FREE 30 minute phone consultation at 416-907-9249 or submit a callback request Fired and (Maybe) Rehired Employees alleging wrongful dismissal have a duty to mitigate, which is the duty to make reasonable efforts in finding employment that is similar to their previous position. In some cases, employers elect to offer alternative.

September 27

Workplace Accommodations: A Two-Way Street, Toronto Employment Lawyer

Call us for a FREE 30 minute phone consultation at 416-907-9249 or submit a callback request The Duty to Accommodate The duty accommodate is the duty to ensure that every individual is provided equal opportunity without discrimination based on the enumerated grounds listed in the Ontario Human Rights Code and Canadian Human Rights Act.  These.

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