Emond Harnden

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The pandemic brought many new realities for employers to navigate, one being Ontario is Bill 27, a new law that is erroneously being called the "right" to disconnect.
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As the June 2  deadline for employers in Ontario to have a policy on how employees can disconnect from work quickly approaches, lawyers like Céline Delorme of Ottawa’s
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As the recent Omicron wave slows down, public health officials are easing pandemic restrictions – in some cases, dropping vaccine passports and in-door mask use.
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As employers institute vaccination policies for COVID-19, they face big questions about how to manage unvaccinated employees.
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There is widespread hope that the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines will enable a full economic reopening and a return to some semblance of normalcy for businesses. 
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As the pandemic continues to change the way in which companies and their employees work, employers are facing new sets of questions and challenges. 
Emond Harnden associate has become recognized across the city for his fundraising prowess.
COVID-19 prompts Association of Fundraising Professionals to switch to special broadcast in lieu of awards dinner
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Centre Block Group recognized with special one-time award for response to COVID-19 crisis alongside seven other award category recipients.
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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.