An employer is responsible for investigating any complaints of workplace bullying and harassment made by employees / Occupational Health and Safety Act
Over the past few months, we have received many questions from concerned employees about changes to their jobs. Some have experienced reductions in hours, others have had their pay cut, others are being asked to complete new or different tasks.
COVID-19 Update: Do Reduced Hours of Work or a Temporary Lay Off Constitute a Termination or a Constructive Dismissal? The legal waters just got murkier
Do reduced hours of work or a temporary lay off constitute a termination or a constructive dismissal during Covid-19? ? The legal waters just got murkier.
Constructive Dismissal Update: Employee Alleging Workplace Harassment Barred from Pursuing a Civil Claim
Constructive Dismissal Update: Claim for Damages Caused by Workplace Harassment thrown Out of Court by the WSIAT.
2019 has been a relatively good news year for Ontario employers. This blog discusses the top 5 employment law stories of the year.
If your organization pays executives for performance and doesn’t want to pay an executive during the applicable notice period because they are not performing, consider having an employment lawyer review your plan first.