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  • Protections for Contract Workers Podcast

    If you primarily work on contract, then Bram Lecker discusses how Ontario’s employment laws protect you. Dependent contractors are now recognized as having the same rights under the law as employees. The post Protections for Contract Workers Podcast appeared first on Lecker & Associates. … Read more »

  • Common Traps in Employment Contracts Podcast

    Employment contracts are often one-sided and favour employers. In this podcast, Bram Lecker, Principal of Lecker & Associates and experienced employment lawyer, discusses how Ontario’s employment laws treat employment contracts. The post Common Traps in Employment Contracts Podcast appeared first on … Read more »

  • Responding To A Termination Podcast

    You have just received your marching orders at work. What do you do now? In this podcast, Bram Lecker, Principal of Lecker & Associates discusses exactly how employees should respond to a termination. The post Responding To A Termination Podcast appeared first on Lecker & Associates. … Read more »

  • Harassment at Work? Employers,Take Heed!

    In an egregious case of harassment at work, a judge found an employer as culpable of harm as the employee who perpetrated the harassment, all because they neglected to act on her complaints. Employers must take heed. Workplace harassment can no longer be ignored. The post Harassment at Work? Employe … Read more »

  • The Employee Rights Podcast

    The Employee Rights Podcast includes discussions between Bram Lecker, Principal of Lecker & Associates and Podcaster, Bryan Goman, on various topics useful to employees of Ontario. The post The Employee Rights Podcast appeared first on Lecker & Associates. … Read more »