Employment Law

The grass isn’t always greener

Resignations are on the rise post-pandemic, but an employee who expresses dissatisfaction doesn’t necessarily want to quit

Employment Law

The grass isn’t always greener

Navigating the maze of temporary layoffs

The pandemic has made it easier to temporarily lay off employees — within certain limits

Employment Law

Navigating the maze of temporary layoffs

Taxing time off

If employees find it difficult to take vacation leave, liability may rise and productivity may fall

Employment Law

Taxing time off

A tough but important question: ‘How are you doing?’

Employers shouldn’t be afraid of checking on the mental health of employees, particularly in the wake of the pandemic

Employment Law

A tough but important question: ‘How are you doing?’

How should anti-maskers be treated?

An employee's opinion isn't a ground for discrimination when it comes to mask requirements

Employment Law

How should anti-maskers be treated?

Passing the buck on paid sick leave

Health experts say paid sick leave is key to limiting spread of the disease, but it’s a hot potato for employers and government

Employment Law

Passing the buck on paid sick leave