Employment Law

Thicker than water

Accommodating employees' need to care for family members can go beyond legislated leave entitlements

Employment Law

Thicker than water

Liability and the hybrid workplace

Employers have legal obligations in the workplace, no matter where that might be

Employment Law

Liability and the hybrid workplace

Marched into the golden years

Mandatory retirement is a thing of the past, but employers in certain occupations are still allowed to enforce it

Employment Law

Marched into the golden years

Taking aim at someone else's talent

Poaching workers from other employers can help a business, but inducing them to leave secure jobs has legal risks

Employment Law

Taking aim at someone else's talent

The next gig is in court

Certification of $400-million class-action suit against Uber latest step in the battle for gig economy worker rights

Employment Law

The next gig is in court

A sign — or notice — of the times

Do difficult economic times such as the pandemic warrant an increase in reasonable notice entitlement?

Employment Law

A sign — or notice — of the times