Employment law

Are you ready? Deadline for electronic monitoring policies almost here

'It's about making sure the employer is upfront about how they're monitoring their employees'

Are you ready? Deadline for electronic monitoring policies almost here

Ontario could save $10 billion with Bill 124

Report cites three risk factors that could reduce savings of wage restraint measures

Ontario could save $10 billion with Bill 124

School bus driver's suspension overturned for lack of evidence of misconduct

'It's [the employer's] burden to prove that there was just cause, so they better have the evidence'

School bus driver's suspension overturned for lack of evidence of misconduct

Ontario court quashes random drug and alcohol testing at safety-sensitive workplace

'Be wary of applying the blanket approach, whether it be to all employees or even a subgroup'

Ontario court quashes random drug and alcohol testing at safety-sensitive workplace

Just cause standard breaches statutory requirement, wipes out termination provision

'Ensuring that the contract is valid and fully enforceable is a particularly challenging endeavour'

Just cause standard breaches statutory requirement, wipes out termination provision

Should a worker be fired after travelling on sick leave?

Alberta case highlights 'intention is one thing employers should consider when determining just cause,' says lawyer

Should a worker be fired after travelling on sick leave?