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  • Fired while Ill?

    Illness and disability may cause you to take time off from work. During this time, you will be particularly vulnerable. Sadly, some employers act shortsightedly in such circumstances. Pegging you as “damaged goods”, a few may try to frustrate you into an unwilling resignation. Others may block you f … Read more »

  • Recession Alarm. How Secure Is Your Job?

    Economists and journalists are souding the alarm of a pending recession. How secure is your job and do you understand your rights in the event of a job loss? The post Recession Alarm. How Secure Is Your Job? appeared first on Lecker & Associates. … Read more »

  • Ontario Labour Laws Advanced By U.S. Company

    In 2009, Kohler Company from the U.S. purchased Canac Kitchens, a Canadian cabinet manufacturer. Three years later, they shut down the manufacturing plant terminating jobs in a fashion that was as un-Canadian as it could get. They inadvertently ended up strengthening Ontario labour laws in the proce … Read more »

  • 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 »