Labour and employment

Human Rights Tribunal extended protected ground of citizenship to include permanent residency: Court

Human Rights Tribunal extended protected ground of citizenship to include permanent residency: Court

Divisional Court’s decision leaves door open for similar challenges in the future, says lawyer

Second ruling on whether a COVID-related layoff is constructive dismissal produces opposite result

Second ruling on whether a COVID-related layoff is constructive dismissal produces opposite result

‘We have now this complete state of uncertainty,’ says employment lawyer Stuart Rudner

Superior Court ruling good sign for enforceability of arbitration clauses in employment contracts

Superior Court ruling good sign for enforceability of arbitration clauses in employment contracts

Court of Appeal’s ruling in Heller v. Uber had created uncertainty among employment lawyers

Termination clauses continue to be under judicial scrutiny in Ontario

Termination clauses continue to be under judicial scrutiny in Ontario

Court relies on rare Canada Labour Code provision to rule termination clause unenforceable

What employment law clients are saying about the new three-day COVID-related paid sick leave

What employment law clients are saying about the new three-day COVID-related paid sick leave

Some clients say it unfairly rewards companies that don’t offer paid sick leave, over those that do

Lower-income employees are financially worse off with Ontario’s new paid COVID-19 leave: lawyer

Lower-income employees are financially worse off with Ontario’s new paid COVID-19 leave: lawyer

Employees cannot take both Ontario’s new benefit and Canada Response Sickness Benefit in same week