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Régime de retraite et avantages sociaux : un employeur peut-il implicitement renoncer à son droit de les modifier?

Canada - July 11 2016 C'est à cette question que la Cour supérieure a répondu le 13 juin 2016 dans le cadre d'un jugement condamnant IBM à verser plus de 23 millions de...

Can an Employer Implicitly Waive Its Right to Amend the Pension Plan and the Benefits Package of Its Employees?

Canada - July 11 2016 This was the question answered in a recent judgment rendered by the Superior Court on June 13th, 2016, ordering IBM to pay more than $23 million to...

Doing business in Québec from an employment and labour law perspective

Canada - September 15 2015 In Québec as in other Canadian provinces, laws dealing with employment matters come within the jurisdiction of the local legislature (called the...

Frédéric Massé, Stuart S. Aronovitch, Valérie Dufour, Katherine Poirier, André Royer.