Labour and employment

As Ontario escalates COVID testing in workplaces, employers are asking about privacy issues: lawyer

As Ontario escalates COVID testing in workplaces, employers are asking about privacy issues: lawyer

The province plans on deploying more than a million rapid antigen tests per week

As vaccines rollout, employers should know rights, obligations in maintaining safe workplace: lawyer

As vaccines rollout, employers should know rights, obligations in maintaining safe workplace: lawyer

Honestly held belief in conspiracy theory is not a protected ground requiring accommodation, he says

Pay equity in female-dominated sector requires ongoing comparison with male work: Court of Appeal

Pay equity in female-dominated sector requires ongoing comparison with male work: Court of Appeal

Decision addresses 'one of the most hotly contested points in pay equity litigation' says lawyer

Public-sector unions file evidence in Charter challenge of law capping compensation increases

Public-sector unions file evidence in Charter challenge of law capping compensation increases

Unions argue legislation undermines right to free bargaining, protected under s. 2(b)

With leave for appeal denied, Waksdale decision remains authority on termination clauses: lawyer

With leave for appeal denied, Waksdale decision remains authority on termination clauses: lawyer

The decision rendered many termination clauses invalid

Court has jurisdiction over dispute between Ottawa police union president and former police chief

Court has jurisdiction over dispute between Ottawa police union president and former police chief

Court affirms not every dispute in a unionized workplace must go to labour arbitration, says lawyer