|Published on May 24, 2013||Stringer LLP Admin|
A recent decision by the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario highlights the importance of carefully managing the accommodation enquiry.
|Published on May 22, 2013||Stringer LLP Admin|
A recent decision sheds light on when someone is "disabled" giving rise to the obligation to accommodate.
|Published on May 17, 2013||Stringer LLP Admin|
One recent case provides an example of the potentially devastating financial consequences to a business which opted out of WSIB coverage for executives and wrongly assumed its general liability insurer would cover them.
|Published on May 08, 2013||Stringer LLP Admin|
A recent Ontario court decision highlights the value of written employment contracts.
|Published on April 30, 2013||Stringer LLP Admin|
An arbitrator recently determined that a suspension, but not a termination, was the appropriate level of discipline for an employee who initiated an OHS work refusal in bad faith.
|Published on April 24, 2013||Stringer LLP Admin|
The saga of the OHS prosecution of JR Contracting and other related defendants provides a glimpse into how not to deal with Ministry of Labour Inspectors.
|Published on April 10, 2013||Stringer LLP Admin|
Meet your past and upcoming AODA compliance deadlines.
|Published on March 28, 2013||Stringer LLP Admin|
By comparing and contrasting the approach taken by two different employers in cases adjudicated before the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, we can derive best practices when responding to harassment complaints.
|Published on March 20, 2013||Stringer LLP Admin|
In our most recent Update, read more about our recipe for ensuring your non-competition agreements are UN-enforceable.
|Published on March 15, 2013||Stringer LLP Admin|
Many organizations received a notice in early December reminding them to file their Accessibility Report, required under the AODA, Customer Service Standard. Fail to report and you may face fines and compliance orders. Report failure and you may face fines and compliance orders.
|Published on March 14, 2013||Stringer LLP Admin|
We are pleased to announce the first of what will be a series of complimentary webinars providing a summary of HR law developments from the past quarter.
|Published on March 08, 2013||Stringer LLP Admin|
Employers should quickly take advantage of recent developments in the Federal Skilled Trades Program. A limited number of applications will be accepted each year.
|Published on March 06, 2013||Stringer LLP Admin|
A recent decision of the Ontario Labour Relations Board, Sabbah v. University of Ottawa, demonstrates how mistakes in presenting new employment contracts to current employees can inadvertently trigger a constructive dismissal.
|Published on March 04, 2013||Stringer LLP Admin|
Registration is now open for this practical, five-part webinar series.
|Published on February 28, 2013||Stringer LLP Admin|
Ontario's Superior Court of Justice has refused a motion to summarily dismiss an action as barred by the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act.
- Human Rights Tribunal Finds Discrimination in Request for Medical Information
- What does “Disability” Actually Mean for Accommodation Purposes?
- Court of Appeal Case Shows Risks of Gaps in WSIB Coverage of Executives
- Specific Termination Provision Upheld After Sale of Business
- Discipline Warranted for Work Refusal Complaint Not Made in Good Faith
- Dealing effectively with OHS inspectors
- AODA compliance: Benefits of Being Ahead of the Game
- Responding to human rights harassment complaints: Guidelines from the HRTO
- How NOT to Draft an Enforceable Non-Competition Agreement
- So Your AODA Customer Service Standard Report is Past Due?
- Announcing our Complimentary Quarterly Roundup Webinar
- New Developments in Immigration Law for Skilled Trades
- New Employment Contract Term Triggers Constructive Dismissal
- Registration Now Open - Managing the Employment Lifecycle Webinar Series
- Where WSIB Benefits Denied Civil Claim May Proceed
- Alberta Human Rights Tribunal Awards Five Years of Back Pay and Reinstatement
- Stringer LLP Obtains $100K Retroactive NEER Adjustment in WSIAT Appeal
- Ontario Court of Appeal Overturns Blue Mountain Accident Reporting Decision
- Make Sure Pre-Employment Screening is Complete Before they Start
- Split Hairs and Sector Disputes
- Early Bird Registration is now open for First Reference's Ontario Employment Law Conference
- Early Morning OLRB Ruling Finds Teachers' Planned Day of Protest an Illegal Strike
- Court of Appeal Protects Manager from Personal Liability on Employee Termination
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