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Is Your Employment Agreement Enforceable?

Canada - May 29 2017 Often, employers and prospective employees are eager to start their relationship. However, this eagerness can result in serious consequences, usually...

Asserting Cause: What Not To Do

Canada - September 29 2016 Occasionally some employers use an allegation of cause which they know to be unsupportable, or worse, untrue, as leverage to “encourage” a dismissed...

Temporary Lay-Offs - What are the risks?

Canada - March 30 2016 In uncertain times, many employers look for creative ways to manage payroll, retain talent and minimize risk. These are not easy challenges to face...

Employment update - June 2015

Canada - June 29 2015 Employers often express their appreciation to employees by hosting events such as seasonal parties, barbeques or other social events. While the...

Summer fun, fall lawsuit

Canada - June 26 2015 Employers often express their appreciation to employees by hosting events such as seasonal parties, barbeques or other social events. While the...