Information About Canadian Labour and Employment Law
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- Changes to Mexico’s Labor Law Lead Employers to Reconsider CBAs
We’re pleased to share an informative article in which our colleague, Salvador Pasquel Villegas, provides his insight as to how employers in Mexico should approach the new labour relations environment brought on by the recent legislative reform. The article, published by the Society for Human Resour … Read more »
- No Termination Clause in a Fixed Term Contract – A Costly Omission!
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice has reminded employers that terminating a fixed term employment contract early can prove to be expensive. In 2016, the Ontario Court of Appeal held in Howard v. Benson Group Inc., that a discharged employee is entitled to payment for the unexpired portion of a f … Read more »
- Beyond the Playground: Stamping out Workplace Cyberbullying
Forty percent of Canadian workers experience bullying on a weekly basis. Moreover, 7% of adult internet users in Canada self-reported experiencing cyberbullying at some point in their life. The most common form of cyberbullying involves receiving threatening or aggressive emails or instant messages. … Read more »
- Now Available! The Global Employer: Focus on Global Immigration & Mobility 2019-2020
We’re thrilled to announce the release of a new edition of The Global Employer: Focus on Global Immigration & Mobility. This handbook is the go-to resource for in-house counsel, human resource managers and global relocation professionals to identify key mobility issues — ranging from business immigr … Read more »
- Global Efforts to Combat Human Rights Abuses in Supply Chains
Companies worldwide face rising pressure to comply with international labour and human rights standards both within their operations and in their supply chains. In addition to the harmful impact on workers, failing to address labour and human rights risks can result in serious brand damage and legal … Read more »