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New National Day for Truth and Reconciliation Takes Effect September 30: Compliance Alert

2021-09-28T11:53:34-07:00

7 jurisdictions will and 6 will not recognize the new holiday in 2021. Thursday, September 30, 2021, will be the first official observance of the new federal National Day for [...]

New National Day for Truth and Reconciliation Takes Effect September 30: Compliance Alert2021-09-28T11:53:34-07:00

National Day For Truth And Reconciliation: A New Holiday For Federally Legislated Employers

2021-06-29T18:02:05-07:00

On June 3, 2021, Bill C-5 entitled An Act to amend the Bills of Exchange Act, the Interpretation Act and the Canada Labour Code (National Day for Truth and Reconciliation) (the "Act"), received [...]

National Day For Truth And Reconciliation: A New Holiday For Federally Legislated Employers2021-06-29T18:02:05-07:00

Termination Notice Duties of Employees – Know the Laws of Your Province

2021-10-01T12:43:09-07:00

The duty to provide termination notice runs both ways We all understand that employment standards laws ban employers from terminating an employee without cause unless they provide termination notice or [...]

Termination Notice Duties of Employees – Know the Laws of Your Province2021-10-01T12:43:09-07:00

Lack of Paid Sick Leave Creates Workplace Health Challenges During and After the Pandemic

2021-03-25T21:34:36-07:00

“Stay home when you’re sick” is a tough pill to swallow for employees without paid sick leave. “Stay home when you’re sick.” How many times have employers said that to [...]

Lack of Paid Sick Leave Creates Workplace Health Challenges During and After the Pandemic2021-03-25T21:34:36-07:00

Corporate Director Liability for Unpaid Wages: Know The Laws Of Your Province

2021-03-22T22:58:53-07:00

Directors may be personally liable for an employee’s wages. Generally, corporate directors and officers aren’t personally liable for the debts of the corporations they direct. This insulation from personal liability [...]

Corporate Director Liability for Unpaid Wages: Know The Laws Of Your Province2021-03-22T22:58:53-07:00

OHS Workplace Posting Requirements Across Canada: Know The Laws Of Your Province

2021-03-04T16:45:51-08:00

Which health and safety information must you post at your workplace? OHS and workers’ comp laws require employers to post information in the workplace about the safety committee, first aid, [...]

OHS Workplace Posting Requirements Across Canada: Know The Laws Of Your Province2021-03-04T16:45:51-08:00

Administrative Monetary Penalties for ESA Violations – Know The Law Of Your Province

2021-01-15T16:54:58-08:00

How much you pay for an employment standards offence depends on where in Canada you commit it. Getting hit with a fine isn’t the only way wage, hours, vacation, holiday, [...]

Administrative Monetary Penalties for ESA Violations – Know The Law Of Your Province2021-01-15T16:54:58-08:00

Downsizing and the Liability Risks of Laying Off Employees on Medical and Disability Leave

2020-11-19T17:54:00-08:00

Being on leave doesn’t prove a general force reduction layoff is disability discrimination. Times are hard and many employers simply need to reduce staff to stay in business. And that [...]

Downsizing and the Liability Risks of Laying Off Employees on Medical and Disability Leave2020-11-19T17:54:00-08:00
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