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Stuart Rudner

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Q3 | 2018

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Is an employee on leave entitled to his or her pre-leave job when they return to work?

Canada - April 16 2018 Employers are often challenged with return-to-work cases. It can be difficult for employers to balance their right to a productive workplace with a...

Looking To Revoke An Employee’s Work From Home Agreement?

Canada - April 13 2018 As technology advances, many companies are open to giving their employees the flexibility to work from home. But what happens when you want to start...

What happens to employment contracts when an employer sells the assets of its business?

Canada - April 12 2018 It has been confirmed that in an asset sale, a purchaser's offer of employment to a seller's employees can constitute consideration for changes in...

Employer ordered to pay aggravated damages for refusing to listen employee’s side of the story before firing him

Canada - April 4 2018 Termination of employment is usually a very stressful and difficult time for an employee. This is especially true when the dismissal is for cause. The...

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Every Employer Should Use Non-Solicitation Covenants - Here’s Why

Canada - March 20 2018 Is your business currently in a growth phase? Perhaps you're trying to create as much transferable value as possible so you can one day exit. Or maybe...