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    The duty to mitigate refers to a common law principle that requires an employee who has been wrongfully dismissed to take all reasonable steps to find comparable, alternative employment during the reasonable notice period. Should the employee obtain a new and comparable position during the common la … Read more »


    Following the termination of your employment, you may wonder if the termination package offered to you is sufficient or if you may be entitled to more. In the absence of a reasonable termination package, you may wish to negotiate a more equitable package with your employer, or alternatively, you may … Read more »

  • I Want to Hire a Temporary Foreign Worker Via a Labour Market Impact Assessment (“LMIA”): What Do I Need to Know?

    Canadian employers facing a labour or skills shortage may be permitted to hire a temporary foreign worker to fill the role if genuine efforts have been made to initially hire a Canadian or permanent resident. Specifically, to be permitted to do so, an employer must first apply for and obtain a Labou … Read more »

  • My Employer Implemented a Mandatory Vaccine Policy: Do I Need to Comply?

    As employers implement mandatory vaccination policies, many employees are wondering whether they are obliged to comply with such policies and what repercussions they may legally face if they do not. Below we explore mandatory vaccination policies and their impact on employees. Mandatory Vaccination … Read more »

  • Understanding Bullying and Harassment in the Workplace

    Employees in Ontario have the right to be free from bullying and harassment in the workplace as prescribed under Ontario’s Occupational Health and Safety Act (“OHSA”) and Human Rights Code (“Code”). Specifically, employers are required to provide a safe and healthy work environment that is free from … Read more »