December 13, 2023

Employment law has been criticized in Ontario for producing inconsistent case law in situations of termination without cause where the employee has worked for one year or less. In such situations, despite the brief employment period, terminated employees have found themselves getting a notice period that at times approaches or, on rare occasions, even surpasses...
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As we approach the end of 2023, we wish to bring to your attention five laws that will be or continue to be effective in 2024. Notice of Termination The Federal Government announced that effective on February 1, 2024, sections of the Budget Implementation Act, 2018, No. 2 come into force.  Included are changes to...
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