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Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Employer faces Competing Statutory Obligations

Canada - March 7 2019 How does an employer balance its obligation to maintain a safe workplace for employees with its duty to accommodate an employee with serious mental...

A Tentative Green Light for the TTC’s Random Drug and Alcohol Testing as Ontario Court Dismisses the Union’s Request for an Injunction The HR Space

Canada - July 31 2017 Back in 2008, the Toronto Transit Commission (the "TTC") introduced a drug and alcohol testing policy. The policy, which only took effect in the fall...

An Employer-Friendly Outlier: Termination Clause with No Mention of Severance Pay or Benefits Continuation Upheld The HR Space

Canada - December 22 2016 In recent years, employers have been faced with an increasingly vast body of case law that carefully scrutinizes termination clauses. Many employers...