employment law

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Understanding an employer's rights and responsibilities are for accommodating employees forced to self-isolate or supervise children amid COVID-19.
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Practical tips on how to recall laid-off employees and learn what health and safety issues employers now face as well as how to navigate the unique needs of employees who are suddenly caring for…
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As the COVID-19 curve starts to flatten and political leaders start discussing the possibility of lifting restrictions, workplaces across the province of Ontario are preparing for the day when they
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Four questions with Colleen Hoey, employment law partner with Mann Lawyers LLP
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With the coronavirus epidemic making daily news headlines here in Canada in recent weeks, we’ve received lots of questions from both employers and employees on how to manage the threat of infectiou
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An employment contract is one of the most important documents that you’ll sign in your lifetime.
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A relocation, demotion, layoff or pay cut are all circumstances that could give rise to a constructive dismissal, or resignation with severance pay. 
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In our practice, our constructive dismissal lawyers speak to both employees and employers daily about changes to their jobs
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Ottawa employment lawyer Alex Lucifero explores how long an employee can be away from work on a medical leave of absence as well as what information an employer has the right to know.
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'Wrongful dismissal' doesn’t mean what you probably think it means – and those misperceptions can be costly.