Employment law

Another termination clause bites the dust in superior court

Another termination clause bites the dust in superior court

The latest clause to meet an untimely demise fell short in two respects

New WSIB operational policy for medical cannabis

New WSIB operational policy for medical cannabis

The WSIB has established an operational policy setting

Arbitrator reinstates engineer after incident involving alcohol on duty

Arbitrator reinstates engineer after incident involving alcohol on duty

As many employers know, the accommodation process is far from simple

Labour Relations Board confirms threshold for severance pay limited to payroll

Labour Relations Board confirms threshold for severance pay limited to payroll

As many of our regular readers likely know, section 64 the Employment Standards Act, 2000 (“ESA”) provides that employees with five (5) or more years of service are entitled to severance pay in addition to their statutory notice requirements, provided that their employer meets the specified annual payroll threshold of $2.5 million

Temporary layoffs: An on again, off again affair

Temporary layoffs: An on again, off again affair

Businesses regularly experience ups and downs

Why traditional methods of determining severance packages are risky

Why traditional methods of determining severance packages are risky

Dealing with terminations can be tricky terrain for even the most experienced HR professionals