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.

September 19

Restrictive Covenants in the Workplace, Toronto Employment Lawyer

Call us for a FREE 30 minute phone consultation at 416-907-9249 or submit a callback request Restrictive covenants, also referred to as restraint of trade clauses, are terms in an employment contract which seek to limit an employee’s ability to freely work and earn income from other sources other than the company during and after.

September 11

Employee Rights During Statutory Leaves, Toronto Employment Lawyer

Call us for a FREE 30 minute phone consultation at 416-907-9249 or submit a callback request Employees who take leave under the ESA have considerable rights and protections. Part XIV of the Employment Standards Act (“ESA”) provides for ten types of statutory leave: 1. Pregnancy Leave 2. Parental Leave 3. Family Medical Leave 4. Organ.

August 28

No ‘Ball Park’ Justice – An Employer’s Offer Does Not Set the Baseline!, Toronto Employment Lawyer

Call us for a FREE 30 minute phone consultation at 416-907-9249 or submit a callback request In many terminations without cause, employees are offered some payment in lieu of termination notice by their employers. Often, the amount initially offered is an employee’s minimum statutory entitlements. In some cases, an employer offers additional amounts – an.

August 21

Addiction in the Workplace, Toronto Employment Lawyer

Call us for a FREE 30 minute phone consultation at 416-907-9249 or submit a callback request    The question of whether an employer has violated either a potential, current or past employee’s human rights is an often litigated one. The courts have continuously examined the protected grounds and circumstances that make rise to this complex.

July 31

Applying for LTD after Termination, Toronto Employment Lawyer

Call us for a FREE 30 minute phone consultation at 416-907-9249 or submit a callback request If you have been fired in Ontario, the Employment Standards Act, 2000 (“ESA”) requires an employer to continue an employee’s wages and terms of employment including benefit contributions until the end of the notice period. Most often, employers mention.

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