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  • How Spending $1,000.00 Could Get You $35,000.00September 23, 2017

    I am always shocked by the number of smart, sophisticated professionals who sign an employment contract without first obtaining full knowledge of what they are signing. These people are often surprised (typically after they have been terminated from their job) that their contract significantly limit … Read more »

  • Job Abandonment or Contract Frustration?June 14, 2017

    This week on #ASKHERMIE Does an Employer have to provide notice and severance pay to an Employee who is on a leave of absence and claims to be permanently disabled? As Hermie explains, in some cases, an Employer has no notice and/or severance obligations to an employee who claims to be permanently d … Read more »

  • happy-holidays-2016December 16, 2016

    Happy Holidays Warm and sincere wishes for a joyful holiday season and a New Year filled with health, happiness and prosperity! The post happy-holidays-2016 appeared first on Advocation Employment Law. … Read more »

  • What you need to do to manage problem employeesNovember 11, 2016

    All organizations must ensure that their workforce is performing efficiently and profitably and in line with organizational values and goals. To meet these objectives, sometimes employers are required to discipline employees who are working contrary to the best interest of the company.  The right of … Read more »

  • Employers: be cautious when terminating your employeesOctober 17, 2016

    It is well known that as an employer, you can terminate the employment of any employee in your workplace at any time and for any reason (so long as the reason is not contrary to the Human Rights Code) on a ‘without cause’ basis, as long as you have provided the employee with notice of their terminat … Read more »