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SpringLaw | Canada | 22 Jan 2020

What does it mean to be in a union?

We often get contacted by employees who are members of unions and employers looking to better understand the proscons when faced with unionization


SpringLaw | Canada | 9 Jan 2020

Notable Cases of the Year

As we shut the door on 2019 and begin 2020, we at SpringLaw thought this was a good time to look back on some of the biggest 2019 employment law


SpringLaw | Canada | 1 Jan 2020

How to go to the bathroom at work

Bathroom breaks come up frequently in news stories about workers’ rights. The City of Hamilton just narrowly avoided a transit strike where bathroom


SpringLaw | Canada | 18 Dec 2019

Terminations without Tears?!

Getting fired is hard. Firing someone is just as hard, even if you are unhappy with that employee’s performance. Ending an employment relationship


SpringLaw | Canada | 12 Dec 2019

How to Remote Work Well

There was a time when working away from a brick and mortar office was considered a luxury only afforded to those at the very top of the


SpringLaw | Canada | 4 Dec 2019

Know Your Legal Obligations for Co-Op Students

Cooperative education programs have become a crucial part of the educational experience as students and institutions recognize that on the job


SpringLaw | Canada | 27 Nov 2019

Tips for Having a Great (and Responsible) Holiday Party

Holiday parties are a great opportunity for employers to engage with their employees in a relaxed atmosphere. While it is important for everyone to


SpringLaw | Canada | 20 Nov 2019

Will Saving Provisions No Longer Save Us?

Saving provisions are widely used in employment agreements to ensure that even if a decision-maker finds that some aspect of some clause is not


SpringLaw | Canada | 13 Nov 2019

So, You’re a Respondent in a Workplace Complaint

You’ve been asked to meet with HR or People Ops. You may - or may not - be aware of what the meeting is about, but you’re a little rattled. You’re


SpringLaw | Canada | 6 Nov 2019

Power Imbalances and Romance in the Workplace

McDonald’s is in the news this week after their Board told their CEO, Steve Easterbrook, to “move on” after learning that he had been engaging in a

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