August 13

Termination of Fixed-Term Contract Employees, Toronto Employment Lawyer

Call us for a FREE 30 minute phone consultation at 416-907-9249 or submit a callback request When someone signs a fixed-term employment contract, they know that their employment relationship is intended to only last for a specific and definite time period. Upon completion of this time period, the fixed-term employment relationship can either be renewed or.

August 10

Janus Decision Highlights Differences Between Canada, United States, Toronto Employment Lawyer

Call us for a FREE 30 minute phone consultation at 416-907-9249 or submit a callback request The Supreme Court of the United States recently decided Janus v. American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, Council 31, 585 U.S. _ (2018) (“Janus”). The decision, which has been widely described as “devastating” for public sector unions.

August 3

Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario Finds Human Rights Code Provision Unconstitutional, Toronto Employment Lawyer

Call us for a FREE 30 minute phone consultation at 416-907-9249 or submit a callback request In 2006, when Ontario abolished mandatory retirement, employers were still able to terminate benefits for workers who turned 65, due to a section of the Human Rights Code (the “Code”) that permits pension and benefit plans to treat workers.

July 18

Monkhouse Law Finalist in National HR Awards

  Nomination for Award Monkhouse law, founded by Andrew Monkhouse has been nominated as a finalist at the 2018 Canadian HR Awards for the Best Employment and Labour Law Boutique. Although this is the inaugural award for both of these categories, and the first time that any lawyers or law-firms are being honoured the Canadian.

June 18

Benefits Continuation for the Federally-Regulated Employee and Enforceability of Employment Contract, Toronto Employment Lawyer

Call us for a FREE 30 minute phone consultation at 416-907-9249 or submit a callback request There is no question that provincially-regulated employees who are terminated without cause are, at a minimum, entitled to have all benefits of their employment continued through the minimum notice periods prescribed by the Employment Standards Act, 2000 (the “ESA”).

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