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  • Parental Leave and EI: confusion from the 2018 BudgetApril 2, 2018

    We often receive calls about employees’ rights to maternity leave and parental leave.  The law in this area can be complicated and confusing. Recent media reports about the 2018 Federal Budget have not helped clarify the situation. What was Reported Many media outlets reported that the Budget includ … Read more »

  • Reviewing a Severance Package: What to Expect from an Employment LawyerMarch 7, 2018

    You have just been terminated. You have been given a week or so to accept a severance package but you don’t know if it is fair. That is where we come in. We Tell You Whether Your Termination Package is Fair We only do employment law and we review 100s of severance packages each year. Continue Readin … Read more »

  • Pregnancy, Parental and Maternity Leave 102 (Federal)March 5, 2018

    PREGNANCY, PARENTAL AND MATERNITY LEAVE 102 We often receive calls from expecting parents asking about their rights to benefits and time off work once their child arrives.  This article reviews the rights for employees of federally regulated companies in Canada, like banks and airlines. If you work … Read more »

  • Pregnancy, Parental, and Maternity Leave 101 (Provincial)March 5, 2018

    Pregnancy, Parental, and Maternity Leave 101 (Provincial) We often receive calls from expecting parents asking about their rights to maternity leave or parental leave and benefits once their child arrives.  This article reviews the rights for employees of provincially regulated companies in Ontario. … Read more »

  • How to prove mental distressFebruary 21, 2018

    As we have written before, if an employer mistreats an employee either during their employment or at the time of their termination, that employee may be entitled to aggravated damages (or damages for mental distress). The most common situation in which these damages are awarded is when an employee c … Read more »