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  • Welcome to Minken Employment LawyersDecember 5, 2018

    Our Exclusive Focus Minken Employment Lawyers provides expert legal services, both locally and abroad, on a full range of Canadian workplace issues. As a boutique firm, we practice employment law exclusively and have close to 30 years of experience in guiding both employers and employees. For a full … Read more »

  • Voluntary Resignation = Forfeiture of Bonus?December 5, 2018

      The answer is, as always, it depends… The Ontario Court of Appeal in Bois v. MD Physician Services Inc., recently denied entitlement to a bonus payout to an employee who quit his job. The Court found that the language of the bonus plan – which required “active employment” as a condition to receive … Read more »

  • Open For Business – How Bill 47 Replaces Bill 148November 30, 2018

      On November 21, 2018, the Ontario Government passed Bill 47, also known as the Making Ontario Open for Business Act, 2018 (“Bill 47”).  The new law repeals and re-writes many of the changes brought into effect by the Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, 2017 (“Bill 148”) passed in 2017 by the previou … Read more »

  • Bill 148 & Bill 47 TableNovember 30, 2018

      The following changes to the Employment Standards Act, 2000, brought about by Bill 47 come into force on January 1, 2019: Open For Business – How Bill 47 Replaces Bill 148       The post Bill 148 & Bill 47 Table appeared first on Minken Employment Lawyers. … Read more »

  • Ontario Court of Appeal clarifies employers’ duties in mass termination casesNovember 22, 2018

      In Wood v. CTS of Canada Co. the Ontario Court of Appeal recently clarified the duties of an employer in the context of a mass termination of employees, including the timing for the delivery of notices. The case arose from the closure of a manufacturing plant operated by CTS of Canada Co. On April … Read more »