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  • New Requirements for Quebec Employers: Personnel Placement Agencies and Temporary Foreign Workers

    Does your company operate or use of the services of personnel placement agencies (also referred to as temporary employee leasing agencies) or temporary foreign worker recruitment agencies in Quebec, or does it hire temporary foreign workers? If so, these important legislative changes will certainly … Read more »

  • Loss of Stock Options: Abusive or Oppressive?

    The appeal of stock option plans (SOP) is undeniable. Indeed, by linking employees’ personal gains to the growth of the company’s share value, a SOP offers a flexible form of compensation as well as a long-term incentive program. That being said, is it lawful to stipulate that an employee will lose … Read more »

  • Stikeman Elliott’s CBCA Diversity Survey Tool

    Stikeman Elliott can assist with the secure and confidential collection of enhanced diversity information from directors and senior management for the purposes of annual proxy circular disclosure. Effective January 1, 2020, amendments to the Canada Business Corporations Act (CBCA) require that CBCA- … Read more »

  • The Wuhan Novel Coronavirus: What Employers Need to Know

    The recent identification of a third presumptive case of the Coronavirus in Canada has left many employers concerned about their workplaces. As the World Health Organization has now declared the Coronavirus a global health emergency, experts have stressed the need to be alert and prepared to act in … Read more »

  • The Wuhan Novel Coronavirus: What Employers in Quebec Need to Know

    The recent identification of a third presumptive case of the Coronavirus (2019-nCov) in Canada has left many employers concerned about their workplaces. As the World Health Organization has now declared the Coronavirus a global health emergency, experts have stressed the need to be alert and prepare … Read more »