employment law

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It’s an issue that employers get wrong far too often.
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It's common for a company and a worker to think they’ve entered into a relationship as an employer and independent contractor. But that may not be how the courts see it.
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Advice for employers on maintaining a drug- and alcohol-free workplace – and insights into the rights of medical cannabis users.
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Managing employee productivity and conduct can be a difficult task for any employer.
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Employee discipline can start with a verbal or written warning and escalate to a suspension or even termination.
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Telltale signs of workplace harassment – and steps to resolve it
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Practical takeaways for both employees and employers who are dealing with changes to their terms of employment.
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Ottawa employment lawyer Alex Lucifero, a partner at Samfiru Tumarkin LLP, explains the options for employers and the rights of employees surrounding temporary layoffs.
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The rights of all workers in Ontario are protected under the Employment Standards Act, 2000 (ESA).
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Like any relationship, business partnerships can be susceptible to disagreements. And just like the breakdown of a marriage or common-law relationship, business breakups can be painful and costly.