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  • ESA Inspections Recover over $1.5MDecember 10, 2018

    The Ontario Ministry of Labour has announced the results of a 4 month inspection into employment practices in the construction industry. From May 1 to August 31, 2018, Ministry of Labour employment standards officers conducted inspections on over 1200 employers (that’s about 10 per day) and found th … Read more »

  • Ontario Gov’t Announces Changes to Laws that Affect DentistsDecember 6, 2018

    The Ontario Government has just announced a slew of new regulations that, if passed, will change the way dentist employers act in their dental practices. As of today, December 6, 2018, there are three specific changes (out of a huge list of changes) that affect dentists and their practices. Overtime … Read more »

  • New Site Lets Employees Squeal on EmployersNovember 27, 2018

    I just saw a new website that offers information to employees about the Smoke Free Ontario Act. You’ll recall we just told dentists about the new No Smoking Poster Requirements in our blog last week. Well, a partnership of eight health units in Ontario has created a new website called Take Your Butt … Read more »

  • What’s In A Signing Bonus Anyway?November 27, 2018

    You have long term staff and want to change their contracts or put them on new contracts altogether.  We get it. It’s what we do here at DMC LLP. You have a feeling they will say no – but So What If They Say No! DMC LLP manages all the aspects of the smooth transition to written contracts (check out … Read more »

  • Allocating Your Purchase Price to Specific Assets: It’s NOT a Free For All!November 27, 2018

    Here’s the scenario: you’re selling assets and your accountant advises you that it’s best to have a written agreement with the buyer concerning the allocation of the purchase price among the different assets you are selling. You know, you’ve got goodwill (i.e. patient records), supplies, furniture, … Read more »